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Tour The Real World's San Francisco Digs!

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!

Keep reading to see the rest of the tour!

Source: Photos by Pete Yang for MTV
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