“When architect Dyke Nelson decided to locate his firm in the heart of Mid City at the corner of Government and 14th Street, he did so with a purpose in mind. Building his DNA Workshop from the skeleton of a worn-down 1920s warehouse would take some effort, sure. But the result—a transformation of the drab gray slab into into an industrial-chic realm of natural light, green space and repurposed materials—managed to achieve a model of aesthetic vision alongside a mission toward sustainable building practices, both of which play a crucial role in the business the building represents…”