It was very uplifting for Jakob Rauff Baungaard to see how the town came together to complete Byens Hus in late autumn 2019.
“Many locals have been involved in the process, both newcomers and people who have lived here for a long time. It has been tough at times, because there was so much to do. We had a vision of using recycled materials as much as possible, so old boards have been planed, we’ve looked for second-hand furniture, and tonnes of bricks have been cleaned,” he explains.
On the first floor of the 200-square-metre building, Jakob Rauff Baungaard and the rest of the project group had problems finding a recycled ceiling that would ensure good acoustics in the large room with its vaulted ceiling.
“The solution was Troldtekt acoustic panels which tied in well with the building’s sustainable profile. We’re extremely grateful that Troldtekt agreed to support our project by donating a ceiling which is completely in line with the spirit of the place,” says Jakob Rauff Baungaard.