Cara Delevingne Shows Off Her $7 Million Mansion With A ‘Vagina Tunnel’, Ball Pit & More — Watch
Take a tour of Cara Delevingne’s eclectic ‘Alice in Wonderland’-esque home — one with a vagina tunnel and ball pit of decor dreams.
A vagina tunnel, a ball pit, and Gucci wallpaper are just a few of the eclectic components in Cara Delevingne‘s sprawling $7 million mansion in Los Angeles. The English model, 28, welcomed Architectural Digest into her home for an “Open Door” segment published on June 22 — one that she has astutely dubbed an “adult playhouse.” And, readers, we’re taking design cues.
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“My work requires me to put on many different hats and costumes,” Cara explained in the segment. “I love slipping into these various characters, so I wanted my home to reflect lots of different themes and moods.” Built in 1941, the home certainly wears a lot of different hats. Each room has different design concepts, including a games room with a Playboy pinball machine and a transparent piano.
The pièce de résistance? A vagina tunnel hidden in the games room that connects to a guest bedroom. Cara enlisted the help of architect Nicolò Bini of Line Architecture to design the Alice in Wonderland-esque home. The model gushed about the vagina tunnel, “Nicolò made that idea come to life, which I never thought possible. I think that was sort of a test to see how far he would go, and he went there.”