Pila, designed by Alex Jacque in 2014, is a modular, sans-serif stencil typeface that comes in regular and condensed formats.
Crafted to be a bold, punchy, no-nonsense stencil typeface, Pila owes its unique look - as well as its name - to its adherence to the rigid modular system it is built upon. Pila is meant to be used at larger point sizes where visual impact is desired.
Pila has a broad glyph set with the necessary characters to support a wide number of languages. Through the use of OpenType Pila can automatically create fractions as well as create superscript and subscript numerals.