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About Architype Bill
Architype Bill is part of the Architype Universal collection. A set of avant garde typefaces deriving mainly from the work of artists and designers of the inter-war years, whose ideals underpin the design philosophies of the modernist movement in Europe. Their ‘universal’, ‘single alphabet’ theory limits the character sets.
Architype Bill was developed from the few letterforms created by Max Bill for a 1949 exhibition poster. All the forms, with the exception of the letter ‘o’, were constructed using only straight lines and triangles, on a purely mathematical basis that showed the continued influence of his earlier Bauhaus training, and the universal alphabet principle.