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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Childhood fantasy behind Charleston villa

A 19th-century velvet fainting couch, and rugs from the attic of an old mansion, in the home of Reid Burgess and Sally Eisenberg in Charleston, S.C. After building his dream home, Burgess started a firm called Urban-Ergonomics.