Over the last thirty years, the name of Robert Dallas has become synonymous with the revolutionary and distinctive style of house which has attracted so much admiration in the South of France. Wide, low and with large windows, it uses traditional materials and components with total authenticity, thus maintaining continuity with the old Provencal style, whilst adapting to the modern way of life and discreetly taking full advantage of modern technology. In Robert Dallas in Provence the author gives us the benefit of the ideas and principles which have led to the evolution of this unique and highly successful style of domestic architecture, and illustrates each with captivating colour photographs. Page after page of mellow stone, tiles and woodwork; cool, spacious and simple but subtle interiors; gardens with an abundance of greenery and colour, centred around immaculate lawns, and with panoramic views to the Mediterranean. With its clear and concise descriptions, this book will appeal equally to the professional, the home owner, and the general reader.