This past June, the perfumery, cosmetics and fashion group Puig, moved its Paris offices to a new location on the Champs Elysees in the 8th arrondissement of the city. With this move, besides of being placed in a central location close to the fashion houses of the company (Paco Rabanne, Nina Ricci and Jean Paul Gaultier) Puig took the opportunity to install pure air technology ‘Pure Air Control by Zonair3d’ in their olfactory cabins, where its perfumers prepare, test and create most of the perfumes they produce.
Thanks to Pure Air Control system, Puig olfactory cabins have the highest indoor air quality in terms of excellence regarding the filtering of particulate matter (PM ≥ 0.3 μ), to obtain a space free of tropospheric ozone (O3) , with a reduction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) down to comfort levels and reduction of various toxic gases in the environment. Thus, Pure Air Control ensure the best operating conditions in terms of indoor air quality within the olfactory cabins where the demands on the quality of air is extreme.
A UNIQUE PROJECT
Also in 2014, with the occasion of its centenary the multinational will inaugurate its new corporate headquarters in Barcelona, written by Rafael Moneo architect in collaboration with Lucho Marcial and GCA Arquitectos Asociados, a prestigious architectural firm responsible for the design of all buildings that Puig has in the world.
Puig Tower will have an area of over 23,000 m2 and seduces both its architectural line and for the environment that surrounds it. The building, characterized by purity and simplicity of its forms, with glass and angle as protagonists of the 22 plants, ensures the highest demands in terms of functionality benefits, safety and livability. In addition, adopting eco-efficiency and environmental criteria for water, energy, materials and construction systems. It also plans to get Pure Air Control for its olfactory cabins and get the energy efficiency rating LEED Gold level.