Think you saw it all in terms of design? Well…just wait and see this amazing restaurant from Guadalajara. Called Hueso, “bones” in English, this amazing restaurant is decorated with 10.000 bones displayed on walls in different forms and combinations. We never thought we could see bones becoming art, because this is what we see here: an astonishing installation turned to art.
A wonderful creation signed Ignacio Cadena for the restaurant of his brother, Alfonso Cadena. The beauty of this design consists in the fact that you can never get tired of looking on the walls because the monochromatic combination of frames has many secrets to unveil. Among animal skeletons, scientific drawings and other collected objects you can also notice cooking utensils like butcher’s knives. The cast aluminum animal bones along with other decorative elements were covered in a white top coat of paint for a finishing touch and uniformity.
The walls are white, the floor is white, the decorative elements are also white and yet it is not boring and it doesn’t send that hospital-ish vibe.
Hueso restaurant is a restored contemporary building from the 1940’s and surprisingly or not the exterior is also white because it’s covered in handmade ceramic tiles that were custom designed for this project. Thanks to the big windows the place is not transformed into a grotesque open space and they help brighten up the rooms.
The design is just spectacular and the natural elements like the tree on the back of the restaurants send an organic, soothing feel. Isn’t it awesomely creepy?
Contact details: * Website: http://huesorestaurant.com/
* Efraín González Luna No. 2061 Colonia Lafayette Guadalajara, Jalisco México. CP 44150 T: +52 (33) 3615 3591 firstname.lastname@example.org
* Photos: Jaime Navarro