There are certainly plenty of contrasting elements in the home, which Osorio designed with interior design firm Casa Do Passadiço. The damask gold and cork wallpaper in the living room is matched with a carpet in a geometric pattern, while blush pink sofas from Meridiani flank a pouf covered in zebra print.
There are artworks by Aaron Young, Dan Res and Douglas Gordon, while a baroque-style Portuguese altar from the 17th century is a striking feature of one of the walls. The room looks sumptuous but not intmitidating a place to relax and have fun.
"I love colour, I love to host, I love to have fun". says Colombian born Osorio. "When I think of space, I think of where I can entertain my friends. I don't want it to be formal; the space is beautiful but I want to be able to sit on the floor, or the couch, to have a good time and be relaxed".
The home is like a living scrapbook of Osorio's loves and lifestyle. A fascination with corals and shells has resulted in a collection, some found at auctions, that covers a wall in the TV room.
"I think that a space needs to communicate something. I like rooms that feel lived-in. They give you an emotion in a way", says Osorio. "When I decorate a space, it is very much a feeling. There is no rule to follow; it's just whatever feels right".
Each room was designed to have a personality of its own. The dining room feautres a more stately look, with extensive moulding and panelling on the walls, complemented with columns. A vintage Sputnik crytal and brass chandelier from the 1970s hangs above a Carrera marble-topped dinning table from Carlo Colombo.
"I had mood boards of things that I love, such as different palaces across Europe, or places and apartments that I admired", says Osorio. "Yves Saint-Laurent's apartment in Paris, the entrance featured a Chinese lacquer. I love the colour and I wanted that, so I made on the foyers in the home all lacquered in red".
The striking red, along with zebra-print rug and a marble-topped coffee table featuring hues of gloden borwn and white, turns a mere foyer into a space that makes a bold statementon its own, even if you aren't there to linger.
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A separate foyer entrance offers a different vibe, with the walls covered in pretty De Gournay wallpaper as Osorio wanted the area to resemble a winter garden.
"It is because of this wallpaper that my collaboration with De Gournay started", says Osorio, referring to the Amazonia wallpaper he designed. "It all came about naturally as they happened to see pictures of my house and we got to know each other".
Osorio's first foray into the field of home and interior design was an enticing one both for him and fans of De Gournay and Aquazzura."I would love to branch out to interiors and homeware. I created Aquazzura thinking of making it into a lifestyle brand, and apart from natural extensions for the brand like sunglasses, perfumes and bags, I would love to do things for the home, things that encompass a lifestyle".
In the meantime, Osorio continues to add to his home treasures found in antique markets, auctions and art and design fairs around the wold, making it a design narrative of his life and travels.
"I'm passionate about art, design and antiques, so it has been a process and it has taken years to collect all the special items you see around, as they have been sourced personally by Ricardo, me and Casa do Passadiço", says Osorio. "Every year I add maybe a different painting or I add more sculptures. It tells a story of the things that I like, of my trips. There are corals that I found from different places or things that I bought. It is a story of the last few years of my life in a way."
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