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NAVE Estácio de Sá

Contributed by Rodrigo Saiani on Mar 19th, 2014. Artwork published in
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 1
    Source: http://plau.co License: CC BY-NC.

    Estácio University planned a new flagship innovation floor at their main headquarters.

    Our challenge was to unify different purpose spaces in one unique design voice. We did that by using a single typeface, the excellent Torque by Type Supply and keeping the color palette simple and on brand.

    We designed information graphics, pictograms, quotes from known educators and innovators in a way that either grabbed attention or receded, depending on each room’s objective. All based on the shapes and personality of Torque.

    NAVE Estácio de Sá 2
    Source: http://plau.co License: CC BY-NC.
    NAVE Estácio de Sá 3
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 4
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 5
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 6
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 7
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    NAVE Estácio de Sá 8
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    3 Comments on “NAVE Estácio de Sá”

    1. Mar 19th, 2014  7:35 pm

      Torque is a great font! Inline fonts have so much character and Torque adds a unique addition to headline fonts. Is Torque available for sale on the MyFonts site? I ask because I didn’t see it listed in a Google search.

    2. Mar 19th, 2014  7:48 pm

      Michael, as shown on our Torque page, the font family is available only from the foundry (Type Supply) and its sole distributor (Village).

    3. Mar 19th, 2014  7:53 pm

      Indeed Michael, really great character. And we didn’t even use the amazing scy-fi alternates. It showed great flexibility on our use and the regular weights are very readable even with very distinct features.

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