Michelle SABIN

Michelle SABIN

Bantam, Connecticut



The Community table is a roadside farm to table restaurant in Northwest Connecticut. It was rebuilt in the exact footprint of an abandoned diner. The original building was demolished and remade by Peter Talbot Architects and Munson Colonial Builders, with an ecologically based focus. The conscientious design is a reflection of the clients and chefs philosophy which is rooted in a profound respect fro nature and its seasons, which is also very present in the cuisine. 

I worked closely with the proprietors and lead architect through the interior design of the project. My role  as the only interior designer on the projects was to source, specify, and oversee installation of many of the finishes and fixtures including the counter tops, banquette upholstery, curtains, shelving, lighting, and hardware. 

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Status: Built
Location: Litchfield, CT, US
My Role: Interior Designer
Additional Credits: Peter Talbot Architects
Munson Colonial Builders