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This Just In: Sneak Peek the Project Runway Digs

I'm sure that many of you, like myself, will be tuning in to the first episode of season five of Project Runway tonight. I only hope that there are as many great designers this season as there were in season four!

While I can't predict the talent level of this season's contestant pool (though I suspect it's high), I can tell you that contestants, who had previously been housed at New Gotham for the last season, are back to the original digs at Atlas New York.

To find out more about Atlas New York, and to see a photo of the contestants' bedroom,

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Atlas New York is located close to Parsons, which is a boon for the contestants since they pretty much spend every waking hour there anyway. However, if the contestants do find themselves with time to spare, they could take advantage of the Atlas Fitness Club and Lounge, the building's complimentary daily breakfast, and the 4,000-square-foot 48th floor Atlas Sky Terrace. I'm betting they barely have time for a Luna bar though, let alone a full breakfast or a fitness session.

One thing contestants definitely do at the Atlas is sleep, and while I'm sure the contestants were happy to have a place to lay their heads, I must admit, this bedroom is pretty darn dull. What do you think of the interior design for this season's apartments? Is it to your liking, or a little too Ikea heavy for your tastes?

Photos courtesty Gotham Organization, Incorporated

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amber_castaldo amber_castaldo 7 years
This is looks so good I would of never guessed that it was ikea.
Ranaulz Ranaulz 7 years
For a show abt creativity .... one expects better deisgned rooms .... somthing cutting edge ... this is just to boringgg
Anniina Anniina 7 years
Too much Ikea for me indeed..Oh my eyes
ehadams ehadams 7 years
I like it...too bad it will be all messy soon!
chanel-aholic chanel-aholic 7 years
I'm not digging the room too much. I hate the rug. It's not my taste. It is very Ikea.
nancita nancita 7 years
I love the patterned "headboards" and how they aren't too matchy matchy.
gigill gigill 7 years
I don't think the room looks dull...
RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
The less furniture the better. Have you seen what the apartments look like after the constestants move in? It becomes this cluttered, messy small space.
RadishSalad RadishSalad 7 years
NICE! Haha. I love the first episode. I like to predict right away who's gonna win. :)
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