This typeface refers to Avenir and Futura.
Due to subtle, playful moments, the font looks friendly.
Whether body text or title, the open forms appear generous.
Its alternate set of lowercase-a and lowercase-l, without swashes, gives the font a broad but consistent range of appearance.
Buenos Aires is also available as a Variable Font with one axe from Thin → Black (weight).
By purchasing the family you receive two Variable Fonts; an upright and an italic.
Thin / Thin Italic /
Light / Light Italic /
Book / Book Italic /
Regular / Regular Italic /
SemiBold / SemiBold Italic /
Bold / Bold Italic /
Black / Black Italic
Styles: Display and Text
Afaan Oromo Aymara Basque Bemba Bosnian Catalan Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Filipino Finnish French Galician German Gikuyu Greenlandic Hungarian Indonesian Irish Italian Ilocano Javanese lat. Kurdish lat. Latvian Lithuanian Malay Moldovan Norwegian Polish Portuguese Quechua Q’eqchi’ Romanian Romansh Slovak Slovenian Somali Spanish Swahili Swedish Tagalog Tshiluba Turkish Walloon Welsh Wolof Zulu ...see the complete list here!
Format Desktop: otf (PS)
Format Variable Desktop: TTF-Variable-Font
Format Web: woff / woff2 /
Format Web Variable: woff / woff2
Format App: otf (PS) / TTF-Variable-Font
Format Variable App: TTF-Variable-Font