Samsung partnered with Starbucks recently, so it’s no surprise that Danish high-end consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen decided to do the same. This time, the two companies joined forces to open a new South Korea store with a Hankok-inspired design in Daegu. It was apparently built inside the Daegu Jongno Old House, a reinterpretation of a 100-year-old structure where tradition and modern beauty coexist.
Step inside, and you’ll find expansive sunlit interiors that lead into outdoor gardens. The space itself measures approximately 7,000-square-feet and can comfortably seat up to 120 guests. For those wondering, Hanok-inspired design basically refers to houses built in the traditional Korean style with tile or thatched roofs. The former was typically used on residences, while the latter could be found mostly on houses of the commoners in the past.
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- Easy measuring system: The integrated measuring system makes it easy to brew the perfect ratio of water and coffee and ice, for coffee that is always...
- All the extras: Includes a reusable tumbler, lid and straw, a reusable coffee filter, and a dual-sided scoop
Here, to connect the past and the present through music and to provide a high-quality music listening experience in the store. We have built an optimal music listening space with Bang & Olufsen, a world-class luxury audio brand,” said Starbucks.