Architectural projects, decoration and landscaping frequently require construction of architectural elements that have decorative characteristics based on the use of stone. GaviArq provides a response to that need by providing the aesthetic quality associated with use of stone, an extraordinary durability and great ease of placement.

GaviArq is a box with a rectangular prism shape prepared using Galfan® electro-welded galvanized wire. It is specifically conceived to line walls of concrete or other materials.

• Easy lining of walls of any type
• Great aesthetic advantages arising from the use of Stone
• Great ease of installation
• High degree of prefabrication.
• Cost competitive
• Quick
• Execution by phases
• Without foundations
• Immediate delivery


Thanks to their aesthetic value and their features, gabions provide multiple solutions for architectural and landscape applications, while having unimprovable qualities for erosion control and land stabilisation. The basic characteristic of triple twist hexagonal mesh grid is that it facilitates absorption of the efforts borne by these gravity structures and protects the ground from erosion.


Lining gabion is a matress shaped Gabion 17 or 30 cm thick. Its main applications are lining the banks of rivers and canals, protection of bridge abutments, foundation platforms and consolidation of slopes along roads and railway lines. Like standard gabions, they provide structural and aesthetic solutions that make them very useful in architectural and town planning applications. They function is to protect these sites from the action of erosion by water and wind.


BianMat® is a geoblanket manufactured using thermowelded polypropylene filaments at the contact points. Its main function is to confine the particles of soil, guaranteeing good stabilisation of the surface lined and facilitating seed germination.
BianMat® has a three-dimensional structure with voids in more than 90% of its volume.
It is used to protect slopes against surface erosion and to stabilise coverages in sanitary fillings. Its presence prevents the soil becoming a sterile surface due to the action of rain water or wind, and it allows plant cover to be restored on slopes in parks, gardens and other landscape and town planning applications.