About this font family
In 1952, Aldo Novarese and A. Butti designed Microgramma for the Nebiolo foundry. It was a popular face, but was available only in capitals. In 1962, Novarese produced a full character set, including lowercase letters, and the foundry renamed the family Eurostile.
The letters are square-shaped with rounded corners, producing a look reminiscent of the machinery, technology, and interior design of the 1950s.