Hueso Restaurant of 10,000 Bones  @FGIDEAS

An enormous curiosity cabinet painted entirely white, Hueso in Mexico’s Guadalajara city, is a restaurant that’s more of a work of art than anything else. Created by celebrity chef Alfonso Cadena and designed by his brother Ignacio Cadena of Cadena+Asociados Concept Design studio, the unconventional albeit somewhat chilling interiors of this restaurant are second to none.
Located in the Lafayette design district of the city – where renowned Mexican architect Diaz Morales for instance lives and works – the renovated modernist 1940s house with its lofty ceilings and startling décor is a masterpiece in its own right. Hueso, meaning ‘bone’ in English, couldn’t have a better name for a concept which according to Alfonso Cadena was ‘inspired by Darwinism’. Throughout the interiors, over 10,000 cast aluminium animal bones have been mounted on timber blocks to cover the walls like a second skin.


Posted: August 7, 2018  |  4656 Views
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