Neuzeit is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by German type designer Wilhelm Pischner. It was originally released in 1928 and the design was intended to be timeless with no distinguishing characteristics. Several foundries have released updated interpretations of Neuzeit. Neuzeit S, from the 1960s, replaces the single-story a of the original with a more legible double-story a. Neuzeit Office is the latest revision released in 2006. There is also a version called Neuzeit Grotesk that is available on Typekit.
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