The Starbucks Amsterdam Rembrandtplein is Dynamically Designed

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Mar 8, 2012 • References: starbucks & frameweb
The Starbucks Amsterdam Rembrandtplein is designed by Liz Muller & Starbucks Coffee. A contemporary and vibrant take on the classic franchise design, this stunning coffee house is constructed from a number of cubed wooden blocks.

Serving as Starbucks' first European concept shop, this cool coffee house is filled with reclaimed and recycled furnishings and local art. Located in a former bank vault space, this spatial cafe pays homage to Dutch culture.

From a cookie mould wall to thousands of building block accents, this bold interior strays aways from traditional design, paving way for imaginative and personality filled public design concepts. Built to meet Leed sustainable building guidelines, the eco-friendly Starbucks Amsterdam Rembrandtplein works to conserve water and reduce energy consumption. Stats for Building Block Cafes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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