Designed by Guillaume Grall, Jeremy Perrodeau and Émilie Rigaud, BTP is a sans serif font family. This typeface has four styles and was published by A is for...
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In August 2011, the #195 issue of Étapes french magazine, “Somewhere between graphic design and architecture…”, has been the experimental field for the creation and use of the typeface BTP (by the Équipe type, art direction by Guillaume Grall and Étienne Hervy). The design of BTP is freely inspired by the default typeface used in the computer-assisted design software AutoCAD, mainly used by architects for the conception of graphic documents (plans, elevations, etc.).
Once the issue has been published, Jeremy Perrodeau and Guillaume Grall have been working together to enhance the typeface. After several months of construction, BTP, a font with angular curves, gained an autonomous life and is now available in one multifunction weight.