Creative Starbucks Coffee Shop by Design Japanese in Tokyo

The Japanese studio architect Kengo Kuma has developed an unexpected interior stores world-famous network Starbucks in Tokyo (Japan). Japanese minimalism and the flight of the creative ideas led to the creation of low-budget, but obviously attracts attention and intriguing interior.

   Eco-friendly materials – wood planks, assembled into abstract rhythmic structure or embossed patterns are consistent with a well-lit atmosphere, “morning coffee”, which is branded “counter” popular worldwide network of Starbucks.

 Looking at the picture presented by the authors of the project, it is easy to feel the aroma of coffee and imagine the warmth of the atmosphere newly opened establishment.

 

With the creativity of the authors of the project can be found by visiting the official website of the architectural studio http://kkaa.co.jp/
One Response to “Creative Starbucks Coffee Shop by Design Japanese in Tokyo”
  1. Yooooooo says:

    I think this Starbucks isn’t in Tokyo, its in Dazaifu which is in Fukuoka prefecture.