This rounded display sans was created by Australian designer Maurice Schlesinger in the 1970s. Cut-In won a competition arranged by Letraset and was consequently published in two weights, Medium and Bold. Fontalicious made an unauthorized digitization named Alba (2001) which is different from the original in many details. In 2011, Schlesinger published his own digital reinterpretation with Font Factory. Bauhaus Rounded comes in two weights, Light and Medium.
“While the Standard Bauhaus Rounded includes all the Bauhaus characteristics, such as the curved cap E, the rounded M and N, the circular Os and the subtle stencil gaps in many of the letters, a Nova version has allowed Maurice to include some of his more fanciful characters. Such as the lazy S, fully rounded C and G and some clever ligatures such as an SY for Sydney and an overlapping oa that looks great in Koala. There is also a Bauhaus Rounded Pro, which combines the Standard and the Nova versions.”—fontfactory.com