The Suicide Squad star’s LA home, which was built in the Thirties, was heavily inspired by her favorite artists, musicians and directors to create the visually fantastic space. It includes a ball pit, a poker room and a “vagina tunnel” that leads to a different part of the house.
Among the curiosities are original artworks by James Turrell, Gucci wallpaper, and a see-through Wurlitzer piano.
Delevingne offered a look at her “favorite” bathroom that pays tribute to the late David Bowie, complete with lightning wall fixtures and a Ziggy Stardust mask.
She also cited Hugh Hefner as a big inspiration, referring to the home as her “Playboy Mansion.”
The 28-year-old collaborated with architect Nicolò Bini on the home, commenting: “If I was Alice in Wonderland, he’d be the Mad Hatter.”
Via her living room, Delevingne opens up a panel in the wall, revealing a giant, anatomically correct secret pink tunnel – which she then crawls inside:
“I come in here to think, I come in here to create, I come in here to feel inspired in the vagina tunnel,” Delevingne tells the camera. “I’m going to show you where this lovely labia leads – see you there!”
Another whole room of the house is a dedicated ball pit. Because, why not?
She also showed off her David Lynch-inspired poker room and her vast kitchen with striking blue cabinets and a matching Aga.
“Every room has a different theme, jungle theme, Beverley Hills Hotel, obviously a typically English theme but also very LA,” she said.
The landscape design in her garden, complete with a swimming pool, was the brainchild of Anton Prack.