The geometric sans serif type family Eddi is our contemporary interpretation of the formal heritage of the Bauhaus. The typeface was initially developed for the new visual identity of the édhéa (The Valais School of Art) in Switzerland. The formal repertory of the triangle, square and circle has been revisited. Our use of the triangle plays a decisive role in its design. Sharp cuts and just-touching intersections in the counterforms give the typeface its unique and recognizable character. This balance of details distinguishes it and gives it its whole personality. Endings are either vertical or horizontal. It has been designed considering the readability and numerical uses of today.
OpenType features include various Stylistic Sets: ss01 Negative Circled Numbers, ss02 Circled Numbers, ss03 Negative Framed Numbers, ss04 Framed Numbers, ss05 Alternate 2 Old Style, ss06 Alternate ampersand, ss07 Alternate ampersand et, ss08 Alternate at, ss09 Alternate braces, ss10 Alternate k (Italics only).
& Toan Vu-Huu,
Jimmy Le Guennec
& Fanny Hamelin