Welcome to Minneapolis, where Sawmill Private Management recently solved its room acoustics issues. Just take a look — and listen — and you’ll witness how this Twin Cities space solves its acoustical problems with the use of Basotect, a melamine foam created by BASF.

Basotect provides acoustical solutions without compromising design, and it can be converted into any shape to transform any space. The product gives sound absorption options to architects, building owners and interior designers — along with peace of mind. BASF is creating chemistry for a sustainable future.

Stacy Finck of acoustic paneling provider ArmCom worked closely with architect Dave Little to complete the Sawmill project.