Using concrete as our fundamental raw material, we incorporate technologically advanced components into our products, as well as additional secondary materials that complement the design, such as wood, metal, and more.

Our production is always handmade, abiding by the European standards and directives of each product category.

The raw materials that we use at URBI ET ORBI are internationally acknowledged, both eco-friendly and human-friendly. Such examples are the special GFRC and UHPC mixes, the most sophisticated advances the concrete industry has to offer.


Concrete is considered by many a mass that is not eco-friendly because it is artificial. It consists of 42% crushed rock, 26% sand, 16% water, 10% cement, and 6% entrained air. Cement is the binding material required to homogenize the concrete mixture. Although cement is not eco-friendly due to the CO2 emissions during its production, it ultimately constitutes a very small percentage of the mass created—a mass composed of natural materials, free from fossil fuels or harsh chemicals.

Because it is an inert mass, nature’s dyad can assimilate it into the environment, making it a new member of it, as it recognizes its composition. Although this may take several years of effort, it will eventually happen effortlessly and without any health burden.

At Urbi et Orbi, we believe in effortless effort, balance, coexistence, and harmony. We listen to the genius of nature and strive to emulate it. Concrete can be recycled, and we make it a natural part of our process to do so, because we want our ecological footprint to be intangible. We use raw materials that we find nearby, preferring sand collected from processing in the workshop than sand gathered from a river or dam. We have chosen to recycle 100% of our waste internally in our production.

We create harmony.