EfficiencyG-Brick promotes the Passivhaus standard of near-zero energy consumption projects, with their great durability and savings in costs and time.
SustainabilityWe use local plantation timber, which is managed by our forestry team to ensure the sustainability of the overall process.
VersatilityIts modular system adapts to residential projects, public premises, rehabilitation, furniture and many other constructive applications.
ExperienceGarnica has been innovating for 75 years in the world of wood, and G-Brick is the answer to the demand for an efficient and sustainable construction system.
The generation of waste and on site impact are reduced to a minimum, and its thermal properties enable very important energy savings.
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In response to demand from the furniture sector and applications of our panels requiring greater lightness, such as the train, caravan and boat industries, Garnica have developed a new product family from our already light poplar plywood and decorative HPL finishes, including a core of high strength and maximum lightness. One of the main advantages of…
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ABS (American Building System S.L.), a manufacturer of industrialized modular dwellings, is continuing its policy of energy efficiency, by adapting all its catalogue of dwellings to Almost Zero Consumption. This commitment had led ABS to certify the –FIRST PASSIVE MODULAR DWELLING- in Europe. ABS uses G-Brick 12-120-12 (U= 0.31W/m) panels as a structural element in…
After the initial idea of developing innovative furniture to solve the current problems of the big cities of the world, where apartment rental is constantly on the increase, the MIT team of researchers, Hasier Larrea and Ivan Fernandez, together with their American work group, have designed a furniture concept that breaks with what has been…