In a world governed by typefaces from YouTube's Alternate Gothic No. 2 to Facebook's Klavika (modified), it seems only natural that 4D typography is the way of the future. Employing the use of intersection, where each letter can be perceived from various angles, allowing different light treatments to be cast over the letters, font is brought into the architectural world like never before. These letters, designed by Lo Siento, can be hung in various configurations from the ceiling. Perhaps the notion of words coming to life, takes on a new meaning with this 4D alphabetic foray.