While we're curious to see how 2014's version of The Real World San Francisco compares to the iconic 1994 season, one thing is for sure — the expectation for designing a fantasy living situation is much higher in this millennium. For January's 29th edition premiere (which involves a shocking new twist!), the show recruited production designer Katherine de Luca (best known for her work on Project Runway) to transform a 10,000-square-foot space that was originally built as a ballroom in 1910. Paying homage to San Francisco's rich history, the sprawling space packs in plenty of playful kitsch, like a Chinatown-themed confessional space. Still, it's the bold but clever design moments like the removable Flor carpet tiles and dynamic color combinations that really grab our attention. Click through for a virtual tour of 2014's San Francisco Real World pad!
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