January 7, 2015

An extraordinary white restaurant like you have never seen before!

It is not really often I add an exclamation mark to the title of a blogpost, but when discovering extraordinary restaurant Hueso in Mexico I kept staring at the pictures! Hueso is Spanish for bone and the name couldn't be any better for this restaurant located in a 1940's lofty place.

Inspired by Darwinism celebrity chef Alfonso Cadena and his brother's studio created the interior with walls covered in over 10,000 cast aluminium animal bones mounted on timber blocks turning the restaurant in one huge art installation. Every piece on the white painted exposed brick wall including pipes, bones and cooking utensils is covered in layers of paint.









Pictures ©Jaime Navarro

13 comments:

Susanne Otter -Frivole said...

Wauw!!

Inés Coviello said...

D i v i n e ♡

Meinhilde said...

This is spectacular! Breathtaking in an understated way.

Souraya Hassan said...

Thanks for sharing Desiree. Little bit creapy but sooooo beautiful. Would love to visit this one day! :)

Maureen Charlie said...

Echt heel erg mooi!

Paris Rendez-vous and Beyond said...

Oh my goodness…this is truly beautiful. You know, the chalk white reminds me of Astier de Villette in Paris. What a wonderful space to enjoy good food and wine!
Ciao
Robyn

Lovely Sharice said...

Wow! Love it. It looks so clean and modern

Amy Williams Hall said...

Absolutely wonderful... I could stare at the walls all day! I just wonder what'll happen over years with dust.. Someone's got to be diligent! :) perfect tho, I'd paint everything in my house white if I could!!

Joanna said...

Hmmm...a little bit spooky...but in a good way!

The Queen Of Dreaming said...

Dreamy place!!

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Rosie said...

Very beautiful space, thanks for sharing.

Gracious Store said...

The restaurant workers must be doing great job to keep dust and dirt of the walls for the paintings to retain sure gracious white beauty!

elisabetta @italianbark said...

This interior concept is amazing! I've shared this post in my monthly best links post, love it :)