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Starbucks: Architecture Marvel

Here are some shots of the rather stunning Starbucks that lies on the path to the Dazaifu Tenmangu Temple in Fukuoka, Japan. In order to make the structure harmonize with the traditional town scape, the design firm came up with the idea of using 2,000 "stick-like parts" that are weaved together diagonally. [Arch Daily]

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