Typotheque is a type foundry and design studio from The Hague, Netherlands  that develops and markets original typefaces. In October 2009, Typotheque became the first type foundry to introduce the concept of webfonts. The typefaces sold under the Typotheque foundry label are mostly designed by Peter Biľak, including the popular  Fedra Sans and Fedra Serif font families. Typotheque specializes in creation of Latin and non-Latin fonts (Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew) and publishes books, such as We Want You To Love Type , bi-annual independent art/design publication Dot Dot Dot, or the magazine of unexpected creativity Works That Work.
Typotheque's work has been profiled in the design publications Abitare, Cap & Design, Designum, Druk, Dwell, Etapes, Emigre, I.D., Idea, Novum, Page, Print, Publish, and tipoGrafica. Typotheque's work has been recognized by the Type Directors Club .
- "Typotheque —the first company to introduce Webfonts". October 20, 2009. Retrieved June 17, 2018.