Another Country Numerals
Materials: Solid Certified Oak
Height: 110mm / 4 5/16″
Depth: 21mm / 13/16″
Height: 80mm / 3 1/8″
Depth: 21mm / 13/16″
We’ve long thought that decent door furniture is just too hard to find. Our solution, then, was to create our own. Introducing the Another Country Numerals – these laminated oak house numbers (0-9) and lowercase letters (a,b,c) can be mounted next to front doors for instant kerb appeal.
Designed in 1995 by Dutch typeface designer Albert-Jan Pool, FF DIN BOLD is a popular modern typeface based on DIN 1451, a realist sans-serif typeface that was defined by the German standards body DIN in 1931. DIN 1451 was used on road signage in Germany and on German car number plates from 1956 until 2000. In 2011, MoMa, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, added the first digital typefaces to its permanent collection and FF DIN was one of just 23 designs to be included.
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Our mission is to be a responsible, purposeful and useful company that is fit for the 21st century, and our ambition is to sell our sustainably made furniture to as many people as possible.
To do this, we strive to strike the right balance between craft and industry.