Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east and Pittwater to the west in Sydney’s Northern Beaches is the suburb of Newport. Its distinctive blend of urbanity and surf culture has rendered this coastal enclave a highly desirable place to live, and Qubec – a low-density development by Nettletontribe Architects and Stable Group – leans into the area’s many attributes with ease.Read More
Two locals are challenging the status quo when it comes to commercial and residential development in this country, creating projects built on the foundation of equitable sustainability.
When Ed Horton and Danny Flynn left big firms to start their own development and property services company Stable – out of Ed’s Terrey Hills barn, hence the name – they had a shared vision. Firstly, they believed in sustainable development, buildings designed around people and people’s needs, and secondly, they saw an evolving landscape around workplaces.Read More
POSH IS CANCER COUNCIL’S FLAGSHIP GALA BALL
In 2021, POSH will be celebrating its 22nd anniversary and QUBEC by Stable Properties is proud to be a Corporate Partner of the 22nd POSH Gala Ball.
POSH is well regarded as one of Sydney’s premier social events and has raised over $18 million for life-saving cancer research, support, prevention, and advocacy. The committed work and focused strategy of the POSH Committee has ensured that the event continues to grow every year.
The POSH 2021 gala, will be held on Saturday 1 May at The Fullerton Hotel, Sydney. Funds raised will be directed to Cancer Council’s research, advocacy, support and prevention programs.
The Burcham has been shortlisted for the Institute of Architects Awards 2020.
AJ+C’s client, The Stable Group, challenges convention in their drive to reimagine an old buiding and integrate smart and sustainable innovations in energy generation and consumption, together with how buildings can support behavioural change to lower cost and makedly improve the sense of community in apartment living.Read More View List
The Burcham has been shortlisted in the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards – “Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing”
The NSW Architecture Awards 2020 celebrates design excellence in architecture around the State. After hundreds of jury presentations, juries have selected a shortlist of entries representing outstanding design. Following further rigorous peer review, winners will be announced in coming months.Read More View List
Imagine an inner-city apartment block with technology so advanced, your house keys have been replaced by a biometric fingerprint scan. There’s a home automation system that can do everything from dim your lights to water your plants, electric vehicle charging and a way to easily monitor your personal energy usage. Plus, there are solar panels, hydronic in-slab heating, edible gardens and even a rooftop cinema. It may sound like a home from the future, but this is a real apartment block in Sydney.Read More
A new benchmark has been set for sustainable property development now and into the future by a crop of award-winning residential projects in NSW.
Judges across myriad categories in this year’s UDIA Crown Group Awards for Excellence commended developers on their commitment to sustainability, impressed by the range of green technologies being employed across the state.Read More
Ed Horton, founding director of award-winning property developers, The Stable Group opens up about sustainable building, limitations of the legacy approach to building, challenging convention, adaptive reuse of old buildings, the need for councils to incentivise sustainability, the embedded electricity network trend, and the housing market.Read More
Chicago, 1910. Industry is booming, vice is rife and an unidentified assassin known as “Shotgun Man” is terrorising Little Italy. It’s also the year that leading Sydney architect John Burcham Clamp visits the city to investigate the latest architectural trends and construction techniques.
What he learns on that trip he puts to use designing a Wrigley’s Chewing Gum factory for the inner-east suburb of Rosebery. The heritage listed building is once again in construction mode as developer Stable Properties transforms the site into 99 apartments.Read More