The Villa in a provencal style is the major contemporary expansion of the existing house located in Cagnes-sur-Mer in southern France. Cagnes-sur-Mer, the largest suburb of Nice, is a beautiful monumental seaside area famous for its genuine architecture, historical appearance, and extensive green landscape. This single-family two-story building is situated on elavated green hills with extraordinary panoramic views. The focal goal was to expand a volume of the building and create an architectural form harmonious with the local traditional housing style. Specifically, the Villa design is equipped with important components necessary in these specific climatic conditions such as wooden shutters, large windows, and sheltered terraces. The house is finished with traditional materials. Walls are rendered in light white tones and a simple classical roof is covered with traditional French red tiles. The first floor has a comfortable modern open-plan living-room layout combined with a dinning-kitchen annex. The house also contains bathrooms and bedrooms. The system of exterior stairs, terraces and balconies, covered with natural stone and terracotta, connects an outdoor sloping landscape with interiors.