Compact, ecologically intelligent, affordable and successfully integrated in a variety of streetscape, the Euclid Avenue home is a useful prototype for new urban housing. This house design roof garden is the jewel of the ongoing downtown Toronto, Canada environment, bring a little nature into the urban core. Sitting in a standard 20-ft. more extensive is anything-but-standard houses – ecologically sustainable house of two floors plus a basement, which minimizes the footprint of the house while maximizing functionality. But the gardens of this house are not limited to ground-level. Project design control, responsive planning, architecture and natural unity to establish an array of alternative typologies Toronto housing shortage, “according to the Canadian architectural firm Levitt Goodman Architects. The house roof garden can reduce the heat island effect while adding much-needed touch of nature to the concrete jungle. Floods window large interior with natural light, while providing a landscape lushly planted gardens and stunning living outside the area.