Cara Delevingne’s house has a ‘vagina tunnel,’ ball pit and stripper pole

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Step inside Cara Delevingne’s “adult playhouse” in LA, and prepare for your head to spin.

“My work requires me to put on many different hats and costumes. I love slipping into these various characters, so I wanted my home to reflect lots of different themes and moods,” the 28-year-old supermodel told Architectural Digest.

Delevingne worked with architect Nicolò Bini to bring her wild ideas to life — like the “vagina tunnel,” a secret passageway one enters through a “vulval soft sculpture” before “[crawling] out of a round washing-machine door suggestive of a rectum,” per the magazine.

For the openly pansexual catwalker, it’s her happy place. “I come in here to think, I come in here to create,” she explained during her video tour. “I feel inspired in the vagina tunnel.”

Then there’s the “Pussy Palace,” Delevingne’s plush, pink-carpeted sex attic outfitted with a gold stripper pole, mirrored ceiling and tasseled swing — “You know, if you wanna play,” as she put it.

But while Hugh Hefner served as a “big inspiration” for the Hollywood heartbreaker‘s home — “This kind of feels like my Playboy mansion,” she shared — not everything under her roof is quite so risqué.

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Take the red-and-white ball pit, for instance. “It doesn’t matter what age you are. The meaning I have for this house is just ‘never grow up,’” Delevingne said.

“Always maintain some sort of childlike innocence or joy or just the need for fun. They’re really great for stress. You can’t cry in a ball pit, I’ve tried.”

Other highlights in her eccentric abode include Gucci wallpaper, a David Bowie memorial bathroom, a “costume cupboard” for playing dress-up, a David Lynch-inspired poker room and a see-through Wurlitzer piano, which she prefers to play in the nude.

“I’ve been alone in this house for a long time, so generally, I would be naked,” the star said. “But obviously, AD said no to that … I don’t know why.”

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