The Hueso Restaurant is Bright Yet Slightly Morbid

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Sep 25, 2014
References: cadena-asociados & designboom
Hueso is a new restaurant designed by Cadena + Asociados, which uses bones as the main source of decor for the interior. While most would cringe at this thought, the arrangement of everything has been done in a tasteful and intriguing manner.

The name is also quite appropriate, as it comes from "bone" pronounced in Spanish. The type of bones also vary inside, from animals to designs that are inspired by this material. Overall the interior is bright and open, making it a welcoming space for many people. A long table sits in the middle which is ideal for accommodating large groups, or even for strangers to get to know one another a bit better.

Bones are certainly not the first thing that comes to mind when decorating a restaurant, but somehow it works here at Hueso.



Photo Credits: designboom, cadena-asociados