Néel is a multi-script Latin-Tibetan type family designed to meet the composition needs of printed newspapers. The contrasting Tibetan design tries to find a good balance between a contemporary interpretation and a maintenance of traditional forms. The roman was designed to accompany the incisive aspect of the Tibetan, while being functional and legible. The italic use salient formal elements from the Roman. The display is an experimental derivative of the Roman and it’s Tibetan equivalent. The non-contrasting Tibetan is mainly based on pen writing and attempts to synthesize the structure of Tibetan letters. The Sans Serif shares principles similar to Tibetan in the tension of the curves and the angularity of the forms. Beyond the challenges of cohabitation, this project has a long-term aim. It aims to support and amplify efforts to revitalize the Tibetan language and script.