Furniture Design Inspired by Adobe Hidden Treasures


Andreas Twardzik and FOREAL® Studio share a beautiful furniture design project inspired by the Adobe Hidden Treasure fonts project. After almost 100 years, original typography sketches and unpublished letter fragments from the legendary Bauhaus school of design were rediscovered and are now ready to inspire a new generation of designers. Five a beautiful alphabets have been meticulously completed and digitized by an international team of students guided renowned type designer Erik Spiekermann. Now these fonts are available and Andreas and FOREAL Studio create furniture with them. How awesome is that?

The Adobe team invited us to participate on the “Adobe Hidden Treasures challenge“. The task was to build a Bauhaus Inspired Brand Identity in creating a series of the following pieces of work using the brand new Bauhaus fonts...

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