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Royal apartment

The Royal penthouse is dedicated to New York typewriters and to the science fiction writer Ray Bradbury, who used this brand to write some of his most famous masterpieces including, for example, Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian eulogy to reading.

Remington apartment

The Remington penthouse is a small apartment dedicated to historical American typewriters and the writer and playwright Agatha Christie, who used one of these typewriters for the writings. She is worldwide known for her novels revolving around her fictional detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple.

Didot apartment

The apartment is dedicated to the French printer and engraver Firmin Didot and his famous font. Belonging to an distinguished family of printers and publishers, he also made himself known for having made economical editions of classical works available.

Gill Sans apartment

The Apartment is dedicated to the English sculptor and designer Eric Gill and one of his famous fonts, used for the first time in a library opened in 1926 in Bristol by a young printer and publisher.

Caslon apartment

The apartment is dedicated to the eighteenth-century British engraver William Caslon, creator of the homonymous font. Benjamin Franklin decided to print certified copies of the Declaration of Independence in Caslon font!

Baskerville apartment

The apartment is dedicated to the English type-designer and printer John Baskerville, born in the early 18th century. It was him who invented the famous font and developed bookbinding printing methods that were innovative for his time period.

Bodoni apartment

The apartment is dedicated to the Italian typographer Giovanni Battista Bodoni and the famous font created by him in 1798. Bodoni is also the author of the “Manual of Typography”, in which he distills the four principles the beauty of type derives from: uniformity of design, sharpness and neatness, good taste, and charm.

Garamond apartment

The apartment is dedicated to the French typographer Claude Garamond, who lived between the 15th and 16th century, and the famous fonts invented by him. His fame is connected to the original version of the “rounded” characters, which very soon replaced the gothic characters used at that time.