Starbucks café by Wei Xu, Yangshuo – China

November 21st, 2017 by retail design blog

The Starbucks store in Yangshuo, China brings a new face to the neighborhood by maintaining the traditional façade, while branching out to the present-day interior. By utilizing space composition, local materials, post-modern and various elements, the combination between traditional and contemporary details gives a surprise balance to any customer who sets foot inside. Thus, we hope the store will keep a relation with the area.

Design: Wei Xu
Photography: Gary Li / Starbucks

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3 thoughts on “Starbucks café by Wei Xu, Yangshuo – China

  1. brent standlee says:

    Wonderful store Wei!
    Congrats to you and your team

  2. Saroja Arunachalam says:

    This is one beautiful store! love it!

  3. Alexis says:

    A stunning example of Starbucks presence in China. The artwork is so beautifully handcrafted!

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