Inspired by street culture, The End To End building by ITN Architects comprises six new five storey commercial tenancies each with an elevator, decks and car spaces.

 It is crowned by three recently retired, renovated Hitachi Met trains with panoramic views of Collingwood and beyond. Rolling Stock nostalgia appears at street level in solid railway track doors, sleeper canopies and train station platform facade panels.

The building is the latest in a series of street culture inspired buildings by Zvi Belling of ITN Architects.


  • Reuse of retired trains that otherwise would be scrapped at a huge financial and environmental cost
  • Onsite water harvesting
  • Solar hot water
  • Passive solar design
  • Thermal mass engineering
  • Iconic and didactic building to inspire further up-cycling
  • Double glazing with U-value and HGC above the minimum requirement
  • Base building envelop insulation in excess of the BCA compliance
  • Sealed windows and doors to conditioned space
  • LED lighting throughout including internal and external train refurbishment
  • Day/night timers and motion sensor operated lighting
  • Gas, solar and electricity power usage