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If you’ve been in a single Starbucks, you’ve been in all of them…. or so I used to imagine, sooner than I observed this one designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates. Gone are the generic interiors that you just uncover in a whole lot of the empire’s espresso retailers and in its place you’ll uncover a really cool, and peaceful aesthetic at this location that sits close to the Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine inside the Fukuoka Prefecture of Japan.
The shrine is probably going probably the most visited in Japan with over K million visitors a yr and since the Starbucks is on the path to the shrine, it was important to fit in with the other typical buildings on the route.
There is a homey actually really feel basic, and with the repetitive use of thin picket sticks, about G,000 in all, it creates a cohesive, cave-like space that people are drawn to.
The pure picket is woven diagonally and begins on the partitions and carries over onto the ceilings and it continues out the facade of the shop.