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Hueso Restaurant
I just came across Hueso Restaurant based in Mexico and I could not let this one go... Like a dog with a bone, get it?

The restaurant is 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.

Photography by Jaime Navarro
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9 comments:

  1. This is so pretty :)

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  2. This place is really awesome, sweet morbidity...

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    1. I agree... I took a second look but I couldn't stop myself from loving it.

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  3. Oh my, those walls are insanely gorgeous!

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  4. The restaurant looks amazing and it's not even look like a restaurant to me. Great photos.

    http//www.kinikunormal.blogspot.com/

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    1. I agree, Marsya. Thank you for stopping by. x

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