The front stabilizer bar (red arrow) is connected to the front frame by a bracket on each side (yellow arrows) and then to the bottom of the drop links (green arrows). The bar is not under tension so you can safely remove it.
This photo shows where the stabilizer bar connects to the bottom of the drop link (yellow arrow) and where the link connects up on the strut housing (red arrow). You only need to disconnect the bar from the lower link.
The stud on the drop link will spin when you try and remove the nut so you need to hold the stud on the link in place with a T40 Torx (yellow arrow) while using an 18mm wrench to remove the nut (red arrow).
These connect to 13mm nuts on the top (yellow arrow). You will need to use a 13mm wrench on the top as well as an E12 Torx on the bottom bolt (red arrow). Use care when removing the last bolt, as the bar will be free at that point and you do not want it dropping on you.