1. Store Design

        Sustainable design is part of who we are and what we do.

        Store Design - Amsterdam Bank Store

        Our coffee comes directly from the earth so we naturally take an interest in treating it well. We strive to reduce the impact our stores have on the environment and this commitment influences almost every aspect of how we approach design and construction, including landscape, building methods, materials, lighting and more.

        We believe a coffeehouse should be a welcoming, inviting and familiar place for people to connect, so we design our stores to reflect the unique character of the neighborhoods they serve. We are also interested in the way design can connect us all to sustainable building practices and provoke thoughtful questions and engagement with the built environment. In addition to reducing energy and water consumption, we incorporate reused and recycled materials wherever possible and often use locally inspired design details and materials in our stores.

        To guide our efforts, we use the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED? certification program as a benchmark for success. (LEED is short for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.) We started our LEED certification globally for all new, company-owned stores beginning in late 2010 and with over 1,200 certified stores in 20 countries/US territories, it has grown into a successful green building program, worldwide.

        Starbucks design studios are located around the globe so that our designers can fully understand the communities they serve. The mission of each designer is to create a spectacular Starbucks café experience that is steeped in the local culture and designed to reflect the unique characteristics of each neighborhood. Together, we are fully committed to our goal of creating sustainably designed, locally relevant stores that inspire and nurture the human spirit one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time.

        Our Stores

        1. Chalpultepec Reforma, Mexico City
          LEED? Certified
        2. Brewery Blocks Store, Portland, Oregon
          Brewery Blocks – Portland, Oregon
          LEED? Certified
        3. Capitol Hill in Washington, DC
          Capitol Hill – Washington, D.C.
          LEED? Certified
        4. Information about the Conduit Street Starbucks in London, England
          Conduit Street - London, England
        5. Information about the Starbucks at 1st and Pike in Seattle, Washington
          1st and Pike - Seattle, Washington
          LEED? Certified
        6. Hollywood Vine
          Hollywood and Vine
          LEED Certified
        7. Langsuan Community Store
          LEED? Gold Certified
        8. Shanghai Expo
          LEED? Gold Certified
        9. Information about the Palace Hotel Starbucks in Madrid, Spain
          Palace Hotel - Madrid, Spain
          LEED? Certified
        10. Information about the University Village Starbucks in Seattle, Washington
          University Village - Seattle, Washington
          LEED? Certified
        11. Yoido IFC B3 Store, Korea
          Yoido IFC B3 – South Korea
          LEED? Certified

        Have an eye for design?

        Join the Global Development team whose mission is to design stores using responsible practices and sustainable materials.

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        If you're a landlord or developer with a great place for a store, tell us about it.

        LEED® Certified Stores

        Building Greener Stores

        We’re creating more eco-conscious stores on a global scale from the design stage right through to construction and operations. Learn more

        Building Greener Stores

        Green Stores

        Learn more about Greener Starbucks Stores

        Learn about our Goals & Progress

        Explore a Green Store

        Our first LEED® certified store in Seattle at 1st and Pike has been designed and built with many environmentally smart features.

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