Nah, RNDSQR is nailing it more than any other developer.
A) At procuring good architects
B) Insisting on high level design from the design team
C) Executing the design as best possible
Have there been a few situations that didn't come out as rendered? Sure, but they've set the bar high from the get go.
Even if all of these were shy of the mark, they are all worthy of multiplying.
C is where the issue is. They are starting to get a reputation for overpromising and underdelivering. Fortunately this is a rental building. I would be furious if I bought a condo in this building and RNDSQR went the cheap and cheerful route on me.