Buenos Aires is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Luzi Gantenbein and published through Swiss foundry Luzi Type in 2011. The design was influenced by Avenir and Futura but features several humanist flourishes like the curvy tails on the a, l and t which add a touch of warmth. Buenos Aires is only available in two weights—medium and bold.
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