Adir, a modern condensed multilingual typeface drawn with low pen contrast. The contrast between it’s geometric shapes and curvy counterforms conveys a robust and solid feel in the heavy weights and a sleek and elegant feel in the light weights. The Arabic letterforms were designed based on the Kufic style with a Naskh flavour to enhance elegance and legibility, while the Latin is a geometric Sans Serif type style.
Both Arabic and Latin were created simultaneously and influenced each other while keeping characteristics of each scripts intact. Although condensed isn’t an Arabic script trait, the influence of the Kufi geometric structure on its shapes makes the condensed letterforms perfectly harmonious and easy to read.