Cara Delevingne’s LA Home Features A Ball Pit, Poker Room and a ‘Vagina Tunnel’

The model and actress takes a tour of her home with Architectural Digest.


Architectural Digest takes a tour of actress and model Cara Delevingne's home in Los Angeles. Partnering with architect Nicoló Binion, the experience is described as ‘if I were Alice in Wonderland, he would be the Mad Hatter'.

Her home was built in the Thirties and is heavily influenced by her favourite artists. She has a David Bowie autographed guitar and a Chanel guitar, given to her by the late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The home is a unique adult playhouse featuring a ball pit, poker room, and a 'vagina tunnel' leading to a guest bedroom.

Artwork included Gucci wallpaper, original artworks by James Turrell, and an opaque Wurlitzer piano. According to Delevingne, Hugh Hefner is one of her biggest inspirations, and her home is like her own "Playboy Mansion."

The actress states that "Every room has a different theme, jungle theme, Beverly Hills Hotel, obviously typically English but also very, very LA". The home has also been designed with a landscape design in the garden and a swimming pool.

She was recently seen in the movie Life in a Year with Jaden Smith, and in the past, she has modeled for fashion houses such as Burberry, Chanel, Tory Burch, Moschino, and Kenzo.

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