John Osborne has a degree in Architecture "University of Design" in San José, Costa Rica since 2000. Project Architect at "RoTo Architects" Los Angeles, California from 2000 to 2006. Subsequently, he was director and
co-founder of "Sustainable Design Laboratory" Guanacaste, Costa Rica from 2006 to 2009. From 2009 to the current, he is the founder and director of "Os Arquitectura" Guanacaste, Costa Rica / Los Angeles, California.
Named Casa Pájaro de Plata, which translates to ‘Silver Bird House’, this striking structure takes inspiration from the natural world, recreating simple, organic silhouettes through a contemporary, sophisticated lens. The house was designed by architect John Osborne, founder of the OS Arquitectura studio, and features distinctive, dynamic shapes. Seen from above, as captured by photographer Fernando Alda, they resemble a bird in flight.