In architecture, typology refers to the classification and categorization of buildings based on their form, function, and design. Architectural typology takes into account the historical, cultural, and contextual factors that influence the design of buildings. On the other hand, in structural engineering, typology refers to the classification and categorization of structures based on their structural systems and construction methods. Structural typology takes into account the underlying principles, materials, and methods used to construct buildings and how they influence the form and function of the resulting structure. While both architectural and structural typologies are concerned with classification and categorization, they are focused on different aspects of building design and construction. Architectural typology focuses on the overall design and function of a building, while structural typology is concerned with the underlying structural systems that support the building. However, there is some overlap between the two typologies. The choice of structural system can influence the form and function of a building, and architectural design decisions can affect the structural integrity of the building. Therefore, architects and structural engineers often work closely together to ensure that the design of the building and its structural system are well integrated and complementary.