Tuesday, February 17, 2015
BEAUTY: Interior Design--Hueso Restaurant
Architect and designer Ignacio Cadena designed the stunning all (off) white restaurant Hueso for his brother, Chef Alfonso Cadena. Located in Guadalajara, Mexico, the walls in the space are collages of compartmentalized boxes that hold bleached bones and white cooking utensils. In fact, the name of the restaurant, Hueso means bone in Spanish. The concept is bold and starts on the outside of the renovated 1940s building which was clad in white ceramic tiles featuring graphic black lines that recall stitching. The name of the business is discreetly spelled out at the entrance. Even the bespoke plates are white with delicate black lines.