The Top 10 Starbucks Cafes that boast innovative architecture + the craft of coffee!

Everyone loves a cup of Starbucks coffee, at least most of us do! Not only that, but visiting a Starbucks store, having your name misspelled on your cup, and then finally feeling that caffeine kick once you sip on your favorite coffee of choice, is a whole experience by itself as well. I, for one, love visiting new Starbucks coffee shops all the time, because each one has a unique aesthetic and feel to it. From a greenhouse-style Starbucks to a Starbucks cafe built from recycled shipping containers, we’ve curated some innovative and exciting Starbucks store designs that will truly blow you away! These are sure to be added to every coffee lover’s must-visit list!

Food trucks have become quite popular these days! And this Starbucks Truck by Zoi Karagouni seems like a really cool idea to me. Designed as a pop-up store, this compact little truck could be set up anywhere, making Starbucks even more accessible!

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has stacked 29 recycled shipping containers to make a Starbucks coffee shop alongside a shopping center in Hualien, Taiwan. The white containers have been put together to create a 320-square-meter cafe!

A greenhouse-style Starbucks opened up in Western Tokyo last year! The cute cafe displays digital flora throughout the year. Decorated with flower beds, and real plants as such fuchsia, petunia, bellflower, and more, the store is a beautiful floral space.

This four-story, 43,000 square feet cafe in Chicago is extremely impressive…and it is also the largest Starbucks in the world! The large roastery roasts, brews, and packages Starbucks reserve coffees from all over the world!

Liz Muller designed this Starbucks Reserve Roastery in the meatpacking district of New York. The interiors of the store celebrate the craft of coffee, as well as the history and heritage of the meatpacking district.

Starbucks opened its first signing store in Tokyo, Japan! The coffee shop celebrates sign language and the deaf culture through bright artwork and smart designs.

Kengo Kuma designed a beautiful Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Tokyo, Japan. It boasts a lightwood exterior, and a ceiling made up of geometric tiles inspired by the art of origami.

This Starbucks store in Milan, Italy is just exquisite! Located in a historic building in Milan’s Grandiose Piazza Cordusio, the store has been designed with great detail and care, and it truly comes through.

Designed by Thiago Rocha, this Starbucks pop-up store concept could work well for parks and other open public spaces. In a world where space is becoming a premium, pop-up booths like these could really work!

Starbucks has created its first-ever in-store AR experience at its Shanghai roastery. A custom roastery smartphone app will guide customers throughout the store, giving them a tour of the store’s equipment, and also provide them with a digital menu.