Hueso (which means bone in Spanish) features murals made from 10,000 bones, a reference to the chef’s natural cooking style. It’s part of a “Darwinian vision,” says designer Ignacio Cadena, and required six months of scouring north Mexico, cleaning, and purifying to get the off-white skeletal pieces ready.  Photo 1 of 9 in 10,000 Bones Cover the Walls of this Mexico Restaurant