Amongst the landscape of geometrics, Termina breaks the norm with its generously wide letterforms. The typeface was conceived after finding and examining specimens for Industria, a family designed by Hermann Zehnpfundt in the early nineteen-hundreds for Emil Gursch.
Something about the strength of its extended letterforms at larger sizes and their simplicity at smaller sizes struck a chord. This is no Industria revival or clone, however—Termina is a modern take on this wide geometric, grotesque style.
The various uses can range from advertising to logotype—from small descriptors to pull quotes. The family’s high x-height and wide letterforms help retain legibility and readability at smaller sizes. Opentype features include Stylistic Alternates, Small Capitals, Old Style Figures, Case-Sensitive Forms, and more. Clocking in at 743 glyphs, Termina includes a wide array of features and language support.
Standard, Access All Alternates, Capitals to Small Caps, Case Sensive Forms, Denominator, Fractions, Standard Ligatures, Lining Figures, Localized Forms, Numerator, Oldstyle Figures, Ordinals, Stylistic Alternates, Scientific Inferiors, Small Caps, Subscript, Superscript