It’s like they instinctively hate beauty, and want to increase ugliness.
Note, too, that when a city is filled with the latter, all the highly reflective buildings all reflect each other, thus increasing the ugliness exponentially.
Also, they hate birds – modern buildings kill more birds flying into windows than older ones do. So, modern architects hate life. (Not just birds; they hate tree-filled parks popular with people; would rather replace them with concrete plazas where nobody wants to linger. No, their instincts are anti-life, in general. Trees, birds, people; social life…)
Architecture and Color