PUMAVision Headquarters incorporates lighting solutions from Selux for a striking and sustainable finish.
June 27th, 2011
Puma opened the first carbon neutrally-operated company headquarters in its industry sector in 2009.
The building, designed by Klaus Krex of da Capo al Fine Architects, covers a total area of 50,000 square metres and its construction was guided by PUMAVision, Puma’s sustainability concept.
Selux lighting products were chosen for their distinctive effect and efficiency.
The red retail building is in the form of a Puma shoebox, constructed and illuminated in a way that reflects the brand’s corporate identity.
Lighting from Selux becomes a means of corporate design and an expression of the brand’s message.
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