Cara Delevingne’s L.A. Home Was an Homage to Her 'Mad, Crazy Ideas' with Secret Rooms and a 'Vagina Tunnel'

See inside the model's one-of-a-kind house, which suffered a devastating fire on Friday, the LAFD confirmed

<p>Taylor Hill/WireImage; Cara Delevingne/Instagram</p>

Taylor Hill/WireImage; Cara Delevingne/Instagram

Cara Delevingne's Los Angeles home, which was severely damaged in a massive fire on Friday, was an homage to her eccentric ideas and eclectic style.

The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed to PEOPLE that the residence suffered a massive blaze that took 94 firefighters over 2 hours to extinguished and caused the roof of the residence to collapse.

Delevingne was in London when the fire occurred.

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The 6,650-square-foot Studio, City, Calif., home was a highly personalized haven for the model and actress, featuring blue-chip art, gifts from fashion designers, rare memorabilia and more than a few one-of-a-kind customizations.

She showed it off in a 2021 feature in Architectural Digest, describing it in a video tour as a space where she can showcase all her "mad, crazy ideas.” She designed the home with architect Nicoló Bini and explains of her collaborator, “If I was Alice in Wonderland, he’d be the Mad Hatter."



Some of the highlights of her tour, above, included two of the home's most intimate spaces. The first is a padded pink passageway, through which you can crawl between rooms, that Delevingne dubbed the "vagina tunnel."

The entrance is hidden between a paneled wall in a sitting room and in the clip, Delevingne emerges from a faux washing machine at the other end, proclaiming she's “re-birthed and cleansed.”

“I come in here to think. I come in here to create," she explains.

Another headline-grabbing hidden space, Delevingne calls the "p---y palace." The pink fabric-lined room behind another secret door contains a stripper pole, a swing and lots of fuzzy pillows.

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Elsewhere, there are slightly more conventional, yet still eye-catching details including a piece of light art by James Turrell, two wallpapers by Gucci, a Chanel surfboard and a guitar signed by David Bowie. There's also a "shrine" to the rocker in one bathroom and elsewhere, a poker room inspired by David Lynch.

“The meaning I have from this house is just never grow up," she tells the outlet. "Always just kind of maintain some kind of childlike innocence or joy or just the need for fun.”

While much of the home's contents were likely damaged or destroyed in the fire, two very important residents were saved: Delevingne's cats.

<p>Cara Delevingne/Instagram</p> Cara Delevingne confirms her cats are alive after fire.

Cara Delevingne/Instagram

Cara Delevingne confirms her cats are alive after fire.

After initially posting a photo of her pets with a broken heart emoji when she seemingly thought they might have been lost, she shared an update Friday afternoon that they had both been rescued and were safe and sound.

The star took to social media to share her gratitude to those who responded to the emergency. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the firefighters and people that have showed up to help," she wrote on her Instagram Story.

The blaze initially consumed one room in the back of the house and “developed into a deep-seated attic fire,” the LAFD said in a statement Friday.

“Crews confirmed all occupants were out of the home, and then pulled back into defensive mode due to the long duration of heavy fire exposing the structural members,” the statement continued.

<p>Cara Delevigne'/Instagram</p> Cara Delevingne shares a video of emergency vehicles outside her L.A. home amid fire.

Cara Delevigne'/Instagram

Cara Delevingne shares a video of emergency vehicles outside her L.A. home amid fire.

The roof of the house collapsed, as firefighters worked to extinguish the flames with hoses from the exterior.

One unidentified occupant sustained minor smoke inhalation and one firefighter was transported from the home after falling from a ladder, the fire department confirmed. It is currently investigating the cause of the blaze.

A representative for Delevingne did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment Friday morning.

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