10 – Starbucks Store Fuzhou, China
Photo credits: Unknown
In Fuzhou/China, Starbucks erected a classy café with an outdoor garden setting that’s a nod to the Song Dynasty days.
09 – Starbucks Store in Dubai
Photo credits: jonrawlinson@flickr
The interior of the starbucks store in Dubai Mall features an open design concept with high ceilings, decorative lighting, and a selection of furniture that gives patrons the choice of cafe or banquet style seating.
08 – Starbucks Store in Denver, Colorado
Photo credits: Fastcodesign
Designed by Anthony Perez, it is a 500 square-foot store without any leather chairs or free power outlets for laptops. This starbucks store is a drive-thru and walk-up shop and one of a kind.
07 – Starbucks Store in Amsterdam, Holland
Photo credits: © Rien Meulman
Designed by Liz Muller, this beautiful coffee house is filled with reclaimed and recycled furnishings and local art.
06 – Starbucks Store in Bali
Photo credits: Hyunsoo Leo Kim
Located in front of Pura Taman Saraswati Temple in Ubud, this Starbucks with a Balinese touch provides free wi-fi and a rendezvous spot.
05 – Starbucks Store in Xian, China
Photo credits: Jakob Montrasio@flickr
This angular starbucts store is a mixture of modernity and traditional wooden building techniques, the store was perfectly placed on the side of a huge square.
04 – Starbucks Store in Bangkok, Thailand
Photo credits: Unknown
It is a 110-square-metre drive-through concept store at Porto Chino in Bangkok.
03 – Starbucks Store in Tukwila, Washington
Photo credits: Tom ackerman / Starbucks
This unique Starbucks store named ‘Reclamation Drive-Thru’ is a a drive-through and walk-up location made out of four recycled shipping containers.
02 – Starbucks Store in Zurich, Switzerland
Photo credits: Starbucks
On November 2013, Starbucks and SBB unveiled the first Starbucks store on a train which is offering customers a new place and way to enjoy their favourite Starbucks coffee.
01 – Starbucks Store in Dazaifu, Japan
Photo credits: © Masao Nishikawa
Designed by Kengo Kuma, this extraordinary starbucks store is featuring an intricate matrix of more than 2,000 wooden sticks, reflecting the neighborhood’s traditional artistic roots, while capturing the modern energy of this world-famous tourist destination.