This Starbucks store is located in the historic central train station of Copenhagen. The original architectural detail remains untouched. The existing theatrical wooden arches serve as the face of the bar and beautifully frames the entire store.
This Starbucks store in Bogota, Colombia was inspired by local craftsmanship and the region's rich coffee landscape. The store showcases locally produced concrete and handmade mineral floor tiles throughout.
This Starbucks store located at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida is our 500th LEED store. Elements of sustainable design include: 100% energy-efficient LED lighting, reclaimed materials used throughout, community tables made from salvaged trees & a green roof filled with hundreds of lemon grass plants. With a touch of Disney-like whimsy, a moss art installation brings the tranquility of a forest to the store, inviting you to enjoy the serenity of the natural world.
Located in the famous Amsterdam Flower Market, this Starbucks store takes inspiration from traditional Dutch flower shops found nearby. This store features local materials including Belgium bluestone, classic white tiles, green marble and a concrete floor. Vintage flower vases add color and shimmer above the open shelving and metal menu boards.
This Starbucks store located at the La Vien Hotel in central Hanoi used natural stone and teak wood to create a contemporary, calm and refined feel. Several walls showcase artwork made by local artists including a woven bamboo piece, made using the same techniques to make Vietnam’s iconic conical hats.
This Starbucks store in Santa Cruz, Bolivia drew inspiration from one of the country's most spectacular natural wonders – the world’s largest salt flat. The geometric patterns formed in the salt flat inspired many decorative elements found throughout the store. A combination of natural materials, patterned concrete, and warm, contrasting, local wood reflect the rich colors and textures indigenous to Bolivia’s eastern region.
This Starbucks store sits in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. It features grandstand seating, inspired by the terraces found in many coffee-growing landscapes. The warm color palette compliments the natural architectural elements which combines walnut wood, black steel, concrete and glass.
Designed as a theatre for coffee, this Starbucks store in Taipei's Longmen building features a Reserve Bar that acts as center stage. Centrally located, the bar is visible all throughout the store. Artwork in the store includes a marquetry, made with natural grain, different textures and colors inspired by the world’s coffee belt.
Where In The World: This Starbucks store in Istanbul draws design inspiration from the boats and ferry buildings it sits opposite from. It features a combination of traditional and industrial aesthetics, layered with a rich range of materials including local marble, iroko wood, brass details and terrazzo flooring.
Inspired by the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, this store in London's Covent Garden immerses customers in a world of coffee and food. The space itself is kept raw, with natural materials rich in texture, and comfortable mid-tones.
In 2015, Starbucks opened its doors for the first time in Panama. With hand-painted tiles, furniture from Colombia, and wood slatted light fixtures from Brazil, it is a celebration of local heritage and coffee history.
At the Starbucks on Avenue Victor Hugo, students from nearby universities mix with tourists and locals in the warm, inviting space. Classic cement tiles with a graphic design are inspired by the tiles of the traditional buildings in the area.
The Avenue l’Opéra Starbucks store was the first one to open in France in 2004, and was remodeled in 2011. Much of the design and décor is inspired by the elegance and theatricality of the nearby Opéra Garnier, embellished with velvet curtains that recall the beauty of the plays performed there.
Inspired by the school’s science program, our George Mason University store highlights the “science of coffee” with chalkboards and “Flying Books” artwork. The installation includes 34 reclaimed books from the university's library.
This Starbucks in Kuwait City, Kuwait is the first in the Middle East to feature Starbucks Reserve coffees using the Clover brewing method. Customers enjoy their beverages on a patio under palm trees along a cobblestone walkway filled with light from the glass ceiling high overhead. The interior space is inspired by the art nouveau movement of the early 20th century, with lacquered woods, plush and textured fabrics, and mosaic tiles.
Starbucks opened its first-ever express format store on Wall Street in April of 2015. It is tailored for customers on-the-go who want high-quality Starbucks products in a beautiful environment, coupled with the efficiency that comes with knowing what they want, quickly.
This four-story Starbucks in Bebek, Istanbul is perched above the European side of the Bosporus, with views of the sea and Asia beyond. The store has two bars, a whitewashed interior, and large picture windows.
Above the main entrance to the Dubai Mall on Level 1 of the Grand Atrium is the mall’s newest Starbucks store. Designed with a palette of finishes and color tones that perfectly complement the mall's interiors, this open lounge-style store offers varied seating arrangements to suit customers’ tastes and moods.
The first licensed store with Clover, beer and wine is in the Ketchum Town Center in Idaho. Local legend Warren Miller’s historic photos are displayed throughout, and a donated photo of local Ernest Hemingway is featured in the meeting room – formerly a bank vault.