Azo Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed in 2013 by Rui Abreu, a Portuguese type designer. The design features a geometric skeleton combined with more humanist features that make it feel warmer and friendlier. To me it feels almost like a mix of Futura and Gill Sans. The family is available in six weights with corresponding italics.
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