Whenever you feel like working out of the office, but you’re not a megalomaniac enough to book a Playing Circle location all for yourself, there’s always the new Starbucks at the Rembrandt square.
It’s the biggest Starbucks in Europe and its interior has been composed by 35 local artists under the supervision of designer Liz Muller. She’s managed to create a cosy atmosphere in this vast space, with rather strong nods to Dutch culture, like a wall made of ‘speculaas’ molds and antique Delft blue tiles.
Its original marble floors (dating back to 1926) were left intact. And it seems the manager posts a Tweet whenever their fresh baked cookies come out the oven.