Wednesday, 1 July 2015

I came accross this amazing venue which represent thousands of animal bones in the interior of this restaurant in a refurbished 1940s building in Mexico, by design studio Cadena + Asociados.
Headed up by founder Ignacio Cadena, Mexican studio Cadena + Asociados converted a building in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco state, to create the 70-square-metre restaurant.
Bone-white tiles patterned with a black linear design clad the exterior, while inside a array of animal carcasses decorates the walls.
The skeletal decor takes its cues from the restaurant menu, which includes unusual meaty offcuts like bone marrow.
"Inspired in a Darwinian vision, the inside skin covers almost every vertical square inch of the interior with over 10,000 collected bones," said the team
I seriously don’t know how it would feel to eat in such a place, but the effect is definitely amazing! What do you think ? 

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