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This Is Naomi Campbell's Eye Of Horus Eco Home

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In what’s perhaps one of the more unique celebrity green homes we’ve ever seen, Spanish architect Luis de Garrido has designed a 25-room, off-grid retreat for model Naomi Campbell.

Shaped in the Eye of Horus, an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health, the creation will reportedly be built on the private Isla Playa de Cleopatra in Turkey. Green features include photovoltaic panels, geothermal heating, and a rainwater harvesting system. The home is rumored to be a gift to Campbell by her longtime boyfriend, Russian billionaire Vladimir Doronin.

More pics available over on Inhabitat.

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  • miniak

    Best I can tell it doesn’t have 25-bedrooms, maybe 25-rooms depending on what you count as a room. By my count it is 13-bedrooms, 14-baths, 2-halfbaths, 2-dining areas, living area, family area, game area, theater, kitchen/breakfast area, sunroom, and exercise room. It would make a nice tropical bed and breakfast.

  • Aaron

    Is this real, can’t find it on google maps! Try your self coordinates 36.991962,28.203512

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