Consider Burj Khalifa.

It’s widely understood to be a triumph of architecture and engineering, for the most part due to its height and beauty.

I think so too, although I know nothing important about it. If I had an office on the 157th floor that was too warm or cold, the facilities manager might or might not agree with my assessment of the building – he might consider the HVAC system to be an engineering disaster, just as the network engineers responsible for cable management might or might not appreciate the provisions for cable runs and wiring closets.