Puma’s outlet-store prototype is streamlined, sporty and contemporary looking, with strong brand cues. The store model is built around sustainability and flexibility. It features a “design by subtraction” concept that is based on a mobile fixture kit of interchangeable stock parts that yield 30% lower energy consumption. A lack of partition walls results in fewer materials, and enables the entire store to be reconfigured without the need for permanent construction or installations.
All of the wood is renewable, and all the featured metals are recycled. LED lighting is placed at a 45-degree diagonal pattern, significantly reducing the lighting quantity and power load, making this design 35% more energy
Project Architect/Designer: Colkitt&Co., San Diego (Nathan Lee Colkitt, principal and CEO)
Photos: Cheryl Ramsay and Charles Bergquist