Starbucks Shop In A Train

Editor   December 10, 2013   Comments Off on Starbucks Shop In A Train

in a train design marketing advertising Starbucks shop

Innovative idea for advertising and operating

Starbucks and SBB Cargo you have opened the first Starbucks shop on a train, where the traveller offers an innovative way the Starbucks coffee. The first official trip of the Starbucks turn was on November 21 at 06:36 from Geneva airport to St.Gallen.


Starbucks is always looking for unique places, where it connects with its customers and together with SBB creates an inviting atmosphere, where can travelers rest and enjoy your ride. The design is contemporary and based on comfort and functionality. This combination is by the beautiful design elements and color scheme, inspired by coffee, expressed.

The exterior design of the sleek, red-and white car is decorated on both sides with brand-name products. White screen characters present the whole menu including tea pastries and drinks, as well as the icon and an image of the trade fair.

Inside you can see a warm, pleasant design with a palette in shades of coffee created by dark brown beans to snow-white, frothed milk. The two levels provide seating for a total of 50 people.

Starbucks shop in a train

Starbucks shop in a train design exterior

Warm, brown tones

Starbucks shop in a train design facilities

Beige seats leather

in a train design features leather seats Starbucks shop

Friendly staff, satisfied travelers

Starbucks shop in a train design operating wood

Image characters represent the products

Starbucks shop in a train design glass window marketing

Corner of the bar – drinks, pastries in rich offer

on a train design wooden facilities Starbucks shop

Starbucks shop in a train design tops bar stool wooden furniture looks inviting

Thematic facilities

in a train design warm colours Starbucks shop

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