The Burcham

The landmark Wrigleys factory in Sydney has been reimagined as a residential project with a bold new personality and a rich history. This project, led by Stable Group, defies tradition and sets a new standard for creativity in Sydney's residential developments.

Project:

The Burcham

Architect:

Allen Jack + Cottier

Developer:

Stable Group

Product:

Photographer:

The Burcham

"One of the most sustainable and technologically advanced residential property developments in the country”

Designed by developers Stable Group and architects Allen Jack + Cottier, with landscaping by Durie Design and O Landscapes. It is one of the most sustainable and technologically advanced residential property developments in the world. With the latest in home automation technology, electric vehicle charging, energy monitoring, biometric fingerprint technology, rainwater collection for both toilets and laundries, and solar power, this home has it all.

The project was specifically designed with the future in mind, but it maintains the historical context's legacy. The developers went to the trouble of tracking down the original Golden Light Sconces, which were the lights on the entrance of the original Wrigley chewing gum factory in Chicago circa 1911. That's what I'm talking about when I say "attention to detail."


Products in this project

Hauki

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