A Look Inside Naomi Campbell's New Home

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has a penchant for shacking up in, say, wacky eye-shaped eco-palaces in Turkey and Gothic palaces in Venice. Add this to the real estate holdings of Campbell and her billionaire boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin: a truly mindblowing spaceship inspired mansion near Moscow.

The stunning 28,524-square-foot mansion looks like a smoothed Star Destroyer, with two 65-foot towers as the ship's bridge overlooking lush hills covered with birch and pine forests. The photos and the scale is nothing short of stunning. The interior is as futuristic as the exterior, with gigantic glass panels, smooth curves everywhere and extremely tall ceilings


A Look Inside Russell Simmons NYC Penthouse

Listed at $11 million, the same original asking price as in 2005, Russell Simmons is determined to sell this NYC Penthouse. The 7,200-square-foot, 14-room duplex has three terraces, two kitchens and, per the listing, an “architectural staircase.” At almost 3,500 square feet of exterior space comes complete with four bedrooms, four and a half bathroom and a staff room which has a full bathroom and a library.


A Look Inside Diddy’s $8.5 Million Dollar Home

Diddy has listed his 66th floor Midtown West apartment at The Park Imperial for $8.5 million. Photos of the apartment were held in privacy until yesterday. That’s when Prudential Douglas Elliman finally posted multiple pictures showing every room of this unique apartment. First thing that takes the attention is a large Notorious B.I.G. painting hanging in the living room. Besides that it’s very obvious that the apartment was meant for entertaining. Countless couches, a piano, world class sound system, super large TV’s and a cocktail bar let you know that this apartment belongs to someone who likes to party. The highlight might be the breathtaking views of Central Park presented by floor-to-ceiling windows and a telescope.

 

 


Maruma House By Fernanda Canales

In a city with almost 20 million inhabitants, the project became a way to explore the fiction of individuality as well as to deal with disguised luxury.blocks of glass and concrete overlap one another at this house in Mexico City by architect Fernanda Canales. Glazed walls have been positioned on the longer side elevations rather than at the front and back to screen the interior spaces from neighbouring properties and the adjacent street. Concrete walls behind the glazed parts of the exterior conceal the kitchen on the ground floor, as well as bathrooms and dressing rooms on the two stories above.

 


Pharrell Williams Miami Penthouse

Topped by a frosted-glass dome, the empyrean apartment floats 40 stories above Miami. A huge room rises the full three levels of the space, which pivots around a white spiral staircase. Bold contemporary art lines the walls, and sybaritic delights—an outdoor pool overhung with an improbable vine-covered trellis, a supersize purple crocodile Hermès bag can be found at every turn.  Though the penthouse bears all the hallmarks of an MTV Cribs pleasure palace, ripe for louche and Lucullan delights, Williams eschews the kind of bacchanals endemic to the music business.


Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Malibu Mansion

 The 25,000sq ft house has been designed with no 'dead end to create an infinite cycle that represented Will and Jada's love. Designed by architect Stephen Samuelson, the home includes a plethora of hand-crafted elements, an intimate and bespoke feel. And Samuelson reveals the sprawling pad takes inspiration from various cultures, from Persian, Moroccan and Spanish to Southwest America.