Fassade Sans is a san-serif version of a larger family of display faces that ply their trade under the name Fassade. At the heart of this display family is Facade sans; a stylish geometric typeface based on 1930s travel poster lettering. The idea behind Fassade was to create a versatile display typeface with a wide range of interchangeable glyphs and special characters. Fassade explores the classic geometric forms pioneered by Paul Renner in his classic Futura, but also incorporates the stylised forms found in geometric Art Deco lettering.
Fassade Sans contains two full upper case sets; one a standard version and the other an Art Deco style version with lowered waists on key letters such as E, F, H, etc. and a wide range of alternative glyphs. There is also a set of stylised way-finding arrows.