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Naomi Campbell's New Home Is Amazeballs, Quite Possibly A Spaceship

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    Amazeballs, indeed. In the ultra-posh oligarch playground of Barvikha, on the edge of Moscow, a sleek, somewhat insane structure that will soon house supermodel Naomi Campbell is being built. Co-commissioned (and, we assume, co-paid-for) by Campbell's longtime snuggle partner, billionaire Russian real-estate tycoon Vladislav Doronin, the towered, 28,524-square-foot pad was designed by Pritzker prize-winner and architectural titan Zaha Hadid. Not bad.

    Now, we haven't been able to confirm that Hadid directly intended this stunner to look like an Imperial Cruiser slowly emerging from the ground, but we're going to go ahead and believe it anyways (it just feels right). Cozy and comforting it's not, but you can't deny how sleek, beautiful, and arresting it is — kinda like Campbell, right? Click through the for the pre-construction renderings and site photos, then offer your best architectural criticism in the comments below. (Zaha Hadid)

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