One of Giorgio Armani’s favorite islands, Pantelleria was known in the past as “Daughter of the Winds” because of the strong breeze always blowing. The wild landscapes of the island are studded with typical constructions called panteschi gardens, cylinders made with stone blocks to protect the citrus trees. The essence of Pantelleria are reflected in the wallcovering of the same name, where an irregular design recalls the stone effect on a background imitating the waves the wind creates on the surface of the sea.