Lanza Studio mixed and matched typefaces for the logo of Cora, an upscale residential and business tower in Mexico City. In their project presentation, Lanza Studio write:
Torre Cora is a residential and business tower located in the metropolitan area of Mexico City, “Cora” is the abbreviation of “Corazón” (heart in Spanish) the distribution of the build, answers to the structure of the heart. We build a project focused in transmit the essence of a warm and sophisticated place.
The R and A in “Cora” are set in Tenez — unlike the C and O which from some reason are taken from a different typeface, Silk Serif. This design by Rakel Tómasdóttir is also used for other text, in roman and italic styles. Furthermore, there are two unidentifed sans serifs.
2 Comments on “Torre Cora”
One of the two sans serifs might be Aperçu.
Looks right, added. Thanks!