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world’s largest Starbucks! Seattle-based American global coffee company and coffeehouse chain has opened up a whole new world in its hometown.

Starbucks ‘The Bank’ Concept Store in Amsterdam.

Starbuck’s concept store, “The Bank”, on the Rembrandtplein in Amsterdam. Starbucks concept design director, Dutch-born Liz Muller, jumps on the sustainable wagon.

This four-story Starbucks in Bebek, Istanbul is perched above the European side of the Bosporus, with views of the sea and Asia beyond. The store has two bars, a whitewashed interior, and large picture windows.

This four-story Starbucks in Bebek, Istanbul is perched above the European side of the Bosporus, with views of the sea and Asia beyond. The store has two bars, a whitewashed interior, and large picture windows. This is such a pretty design!

Above the main entrance to the Dubai Mall on Level 1 of the Grand Atrium is the mall’s newest Starbucks store. Designed with a palette of finishes and color tones that perfectly complement the mall's interiors, this open lounge-style store offers varied seating arrangements to suit customers’ tastes and moods.

Above the main entrance to the Dubai Mall on Level 1 of the Grand Atrium is the mall’s newest Starbucks store. Designed with a palette of finishes and color tones that perfectly complement the mall's interiors, this open lounge-style store offers varied s

Mexico's first Starbucks Reserve Store features a carefully curated line of small-lot arabica coffees from Nicaragua, Papua New Guinea, and the Galapagos. Designers intentionally kept the indoor space open, with limited bar seating, to allow ample room to walk around and explore while they wait for their orders. Outside, an open-air terrace serves as an ideal place to sit, relax and enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee.

Mexico's first Starbucks Reserve Store features a carefully curated line of small-lot arabica coffees from Nicaragua, Papua New Guinea, and the Galapagos. Designers intentionally kept the indoor space open, with limited bar seating, to allow ample room to