Baton Rouge’s Dyke Nelson Architecture earns top design award

The interior of the DNA Workshop building on Government street. (Submitted photo)

Baton Rouge-based Dyke Nelson Architecture received the highest-level award from the American Institute of Architects Louisiana chapter for its design of the DNA Workshop on the corner of Government and 14th streets, according to an AIA announcement.


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