- Culinary Concept:Alfonso Cadena
- Art Direction:Ignacio Cadena
- Furniture And Lighting:Ignacio Cadena
- Construction Permits:Javier Monteón
- Ceramics:José Noé Suro
- Artistic Interventions:Los -Originales- Contratistas, Tomás Guereña & Miguel Ángel Fuentes
- Graphic Languages:Rocío Serna
- Aluminum Molds:Mauricio & Sebastián Lara
- Branding And Design Experience:Cadena Concept Design ®
- Project Architect:Ignacio Cadena
Text description provided by the architects. The Luis Barragán Foundation and the House and Studio of architect Ignacio Díaz Morales, in the beautiful Lafayette Design District in Guadalajara, Jalisco, are the perfect stage to frame the modern architecture of 1940 of the building that now inhabits "Hueso", a contemporary and avant-garde restaurant, owned by Alfonso Cadena.
The concept under which it was designed starts from the outside, giving a second skin to the facade of the building, which is now covered by a grid inspired by sewing stitches, made from ceramic mosaics designed by José Noé Suro, which functions as the ideal preamble for an organic interior, rich in texture.
Inspired in a Darwinian view, the interior walls are filled top to bottom with a collection of over 10,000 animal and plant bones mounted on various layers of wood and intertwined with cooking utensils and other objects that were intervened by urban visual artists.