Naomi Campbell’s new house looks like an Egyptian eye

Naomi Campbell's modest new vacation home. Photo courtesy of Inhabitat.comNaomi Campbell's modest new vacation home. Photo courtesy of Inhabitat.comWe know Naomi Campbell is a stunning supermodel, but isn't it annoying that despite her horrific behavior (constantly abusing hired help, and possibly accepting blood diamonds for starters) she always gets everything she wants? Take for example the new vacation house she received for her 41st birthday. Campbell's Russian billionaire boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin, is still legally married, but he built her a house on a private island in Turkey called Isla Playa de Cleopatra. But this is not your average pad-it's shaped like the eye of Horus, an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health. We guess Spanish architect Luis de Garrido took that Cleopatra thing literally. But, hey, at least it's eco-friendly!

Campbell's eco-friendly house in Turkey has 25 rooms. Photo courtesy of Inhabitat.comCampbell's eco-friendly house in Turkey has 25 rooms. Photo courtesy of Inhabitat.comHere's a closeup of the actual house, which makes up the 3D iris and pupil portion of the design. The humble abode boasts 25 bedrooms, five lounges, and an indoor landscaped terrace. Wait, is this Campbell's house, or a the Horus Hotel? And more importantly, when can we check in? For more pictures and diagrams of this self-sufficient retreat, head over to Inhabitat.com.

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