Quadraat Sans Mono.

Quadraat Sans Mono Design Information

TYPE BY Quadraat Mono is a monospaced variant of the Quadraat superfamily of fonts. Just as the other Quadraat designs, Quadraat Mono brings the unruly and characterful vibe to a genre that is notoriously shy and calculated. Quadraat Mono goes the other way around and gives any line of code the friendly kick.

Quadraat is Fred Smeijers’ first commercially released typeface (FF 1992). Originally designed for the eponymous Dutch design company Smeijers was a co-founding member of (currently name “het Lab”), Quadraat combines Renaissance elegance with contemporary ideas on construction and form. Quadraat sans was designed second, and commercially released in 1996.

Over the past two and a half decades after Quadraat’s initial release, several other versions have been designed: Quadraat Sans, Mono, Display, and Headliner. All Quadraat fonts carry vibrant, powerful outlines, but they aren’t of the loud-mouthed, fun-font variety. Equally Quadraat didn’t fall prey to stiffly dated feel or outlines. Quadraat strives for a sort of understated noticeability we don’t see much anymore.

The TYPE BY Quadraat fonts were fully remastered in 2019 and had been re-hinted to meet the demands of the current digital technology.

Quadraat Sans Mono fonts come in two weights of roman and italic designs, available in two widths. Its character set includes figures; fractions; superiors, inferiors, numerators and denominators; mathematical and monetary symbols; standard ligatures; and a complete range of accents for all Western, Central and East European languages based on the Latin script.

Quadraat Sans Mono fonts are available in OTF CFF, TTF, WOFF, and WOFF2 formats.

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