Are balconies the rising stars of residential architecture? We won’t contact it a trend (yet), but we’ve noticed much more than a single current European project in which balconies are stealing the show (see an additional instance here) from otherwise ordinary buildings. The Seguin apartment complicated in Boulogne Billancourt, France, made by Bernard Bühler Architects, got our focus for its melange of volumes—built in a seemingly random variety of sizes and angles—jutting out from the building’s facade. And if that wasn’t audacious sufficient, a kaleidoscope-like variety of colored glass is referred to as upon to further define these outdoors spaces—making certain that the defining characteristic of the Seguin complex is its faceted, jewel-toned exterior. We’d get in touch with that a star-generating performance.