Monday, May 14, 2012
Like manyhere in the States, when I was , we were required to study and how they’ve successfully built their business since 1971. I always thought it was interesting how the company’s statement is not to a lot of coffee, but rather “to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one at a time.”
By focusing on making drinking a coffee a whole unique experience, they’ve been able to change our entire perception about what a cup of coffee can represent. To this day, caramel macchiatos are my favorite coffee drink in the whole word, but at 240 calories and 34 carbs per pop, I have to enjoy them in moderation, unfortunately.
This new Starbucks design in Japan created by an Kengo Kumo has been making its way around the Internet lately, and I think it definitely deserves a place on Bit Rebels also. This inspiring design is supposed to make you feel like you are ordering and drinking coffee in a tree. It was made using a series of wooden blocks which are recyclable and easy to take down and put back up anywhere else in the world. I love how this designer took some of the traditional aspects of a coffee shop, like a , and threw them out the window to create something completely fresh and new. You can learn more about Kengo Kumo by visiting his website.named
Posted by Ahmad Rais Johari at 10:29:00 AM