Audi Centenary Sculpture by Gerry Judah | Dezeen

Audi Centenary Sculpture by Gerry Judah

Designer Gerry Judah created a 32 metre-high sculpture for Audi at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, England, at the weekend.

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The 44 tonne sculpture, created to mark the car brand's centenary, features a vintage Audi and a modern car racing into the sky.

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See Judah's installation for Land Rover at last year's event in our previous story.

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Here's a little bit of text from Judah:

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This 44 tonne, 32 metre high innovative sculpture for the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2009 was sponsored by Audi to commemorate its centenary year.

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Designed by Gerry Judah it celebrates Audi's achievements in motor sport with the legendary 1937 Auto Union Streamliner and the recently launched R8 V10 sports car at either end of a dramatic "swoosh" of tyre tracks, as if they are driving off into the sky.

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Client: Audi
Concept & Design: Gerry Judah

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Structural Engineering: Capita Bobrowski
Steel Fabrication and Installation: Littlehampton Welding Ltd

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Photography: David Barbour

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