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Archigram is a dynamic and rational text face which embraces latin, greek and cyrillic. It reflects the geometrical aspects of construction as it… Read More
Archigram is a dynamic and rational text face which embraces latin, greek and cyrillic. It reflects the geometrical aspects of construction as it was designed for architecture manuals (nevertheless, its considerable legibility makes it also suitable to be used in many other ways). It is distinguished by rhythmic foot serifs, thick strokes, straight terminals, vertical axis, large eye, low contrast and tiny aperture. It proves that a face does not need to be sans serif to be contemporary. Read Less
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This specimen was presented at the 'Ampersand 2013 Exhibition. The Web typography Conference' on Juny the 24th in Brighton, UK and during the last week of September ir Typo_Mad exhibition in Madrid, Spain.
 
+ info.: http://2013.ampersandconf.com/exhibition.php
 
As Archigram has been designed to be used in continuous reading texts, it has a default set of old style numbers.
Nevertheless, the typeface also includes a feature with lining figures.
 


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