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Café Starbucks em Dazaifu, Fukuoka, Japão   Projeto: Kengo Kuma e Associados

In Fukuoka, Japan, there exists a Starbucks coffee shop unlike anything you've seen before. The Starbucks in the city's main path to the Shinto shrine Dazaifu Tenmangu, is decorated with wooden sticks, woven into the walls and ceilings!

Starbucks in Dazaifu, Japan. By Kengo Kuma.  How did Starbucks originate in the US & Japan outdid our stores? This place is visually stimulating

An Ultra-Cool Japanese Starbucks Leaves The Seattle Vibe Far Behind

Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifu Tenmangu Omotesando in Fukuoka Prefecture by Kengo Kuma & Associates (designed with Rhino, Grasshopper, and Max)

A Starbucks in Japan. I cannot wait until our Starbucks in the United States look like this!! I still love Starbucks for its free wi-fi and standardized drinks. I have too many bad coffee experiences elsewhere. Starbucks knows a good cup of joe.

This Coffee Shop is made using 2000 Sticks. Construcyion Name- Starbucks Coffee Shop Type- Coffee Shop Architects- Kengo Kuma & Associates Location- Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Dutch-born Liz Muller, jumps on the sustainable wagon as she taps into the reclaimed trend - walls are lined with antique Delft tiles, bicycle inner tubes, and wooden gingerbread molds; re-purposed Dutch oak was used to make benches, tables, and the undulating ceiling relief consisting of 1,876 pieces of individually sawn blocks. The design of this 4,500-square-foot space is the result of more than 35 local artists and craftsmen.

Starbucks Concept Store : Amsterdam

Starbucks concept store located in the former vault of a historic bank on Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam. The Dutch-born Liz Muller, Starbucks concept design director, commissioned more than 35 artists and craftsmen to add their quirky touches to the space.

CGarchitect - Professional 3D Architectural Visualization User Community | Starbucks by Kengo Kuma Part 2

Starbucks by Kengo Kuma, inspiring interior architectural visualization by Reinaldo Handaya.

why do the starbucks in LA not look as beautiful and as thought out design as this Starbucks Coffee at Dazaifutenmangu Omotesando, Fukuoka, Japan by Kengo Kuma and Associates, Japan

this is a Starbucks cafe. It’s in Tokyo’s Fukuoka Perfecture and was designed by the remarkable Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, who refers to the ‘fusion of traditional and contemporary’.

Starbucks Dazaifu Tenmanguu Omotesando,Fukuoka,Japan by Kengo Kuma. Can't believe it's a Starbucks.

The raw structural ceiling treatment at Starbucks Dazaifu Tenmanguu Omotesando,(Fukuoka,Japan) where the many linear surfaces are interacting with the diffused yellow light that sets a mellow intimate mood by Kengo Kuma.



Starbucks, Leicester Square, London England

Best coffee shop façade ever! Starbucks Leicester Square - London, England I have seen two of them. Leicester Square and Breckenridge.