The architects that came up with a fantastic and contemporary solution to Toronto’s restraining housing typology created a long, narrow and compact oasis for the family living here. Levitt Goodman Architects found a clever way of delimitating and arranging the space of the Euclid Avenue House. Located in an urban neighbourhood, the apparently small home features an exterior with beautiful wood cladding and large windows that bright up the interiors. The carefully studied space was completed by a comforting combination of light colours and bold accents in yellow and wood. A green roof expands the outdoor space offered by a small backyard and offers exquisite mornings at the bedroom window. This is a rare feeling for someone living in the city.