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After Nick Rawcliffe completed his Helen Hamlyn research year he went to the Bauhaus in Dessau for a year working on their Serve City project team. This work was an architectural and social analysis of future city living based on a real site in Sydney. Nick was then invited to Japan to Work in the Oribe Design Centre in Gifu, working as an industrial designer with local companies. Since returning to England he has been continuing work on his main invention, the snowbone, alongside the Innovation Unit of the Royal College of Art. He has also been working on other projects of his own with a view to marketing the designs or creating companies around the ideas.
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updated 18 June 2007