I've just spent a lovely week in Berlin. Always love coming back. Anyone knows what typeface is used on these honest, practical and beautiful street numbers/lamps?

Closer I got on WhatTheFont is Alasar bold:

The international experience will inform the participants about type design and typography and about Dutch design in general.

The V I D E Summer Design Experience 2011 (15.08 until 28.08) will be prepared with the greatest care and will be guided by Donald Roos, graphic- and type designer from Amsterdam in cooperation with his colleague Jacques Le Bailly. They both studied graphic design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Donald teached at art academies in Rotterdam, The Hague and Tilburg and Jacques teached at the art academy in Rotterdam and was recently lecturer in Breda.

Several designers are invited to give short workshops and presentations during the VIDE Summer Design Experiences 2011. Also city-design-trips will be part of the two weeks Experience.


I'm a graphic design student at the Danish School of Media and Journalism and I'm doing a bit of research on behalf of my school before our visit to TypoBerlin. We do have three days before TypoBerlin where we'd like to visit some relevant studios in Berlin and I wondered if you have some ideas?

We have though about MetaDesign, EdenSpiekermann, Node Berlin and the Vitra museum, but any ideas would be very helpful.

Thank you very much in advance,
Julian Hansen

Buchstaben Museum

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