The borough of Belgravia, in London, is famous for the white palaces in neoclassical style that express a mood of rigorous elegance. The seeming simplicity of the architecture, which appears at first glance, is actually a dynamic series of marbles and stuccos, statues and decorative motifs. This new wallcovering follows this concept of “unexpected detail”: the background, based on a play of large tiles of streaked marble, is crossed horizontally at the top and at the bottom by a contrasting frame with chevron motif. Once more, the wallcovering becomes the occasion to transform key elements of the Armani style like stones and the textile design. The range is coordinated with a printed version with marble tiles only.