Seattle is home to the Headquarters of the famed coffee company Starbucks. Having one of the most recognized logos in the world is a great part of the company’s success. The logo is a stylized Siren, not a Mermaid. Like many company logos, the Starbucks logo has also changed looks over the years. The head of the Siren is also found peeking out from the top of the clock tower of the headquarters building. Check out this Reader’s Digest article for some fascinating history of the logo and the company.
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That building seems to be an oxymoronic architectural style for a with it contemporary coffee company.
You nailed it, Tim. My daughter tells me that the building was originally the Sears Roebuck west coast distribution center decades ago. All Starbucks did was add the Siren’s head peeking over the clock tower roof.
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Perserving an old building can be admirable. But still.
Agreed… The building is huge, looks like it covers a square city block at least. (We just drove by it)
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