The spectacular concept of The Table, a restaurant located in Hamburg’s trendy Hafen City district, is just as unique as it is inviting: The three-star chef Kevin Fehling welcomes his guests at the »chef's table« – a single curved table – which enables socializing as well as intimacy.Personal, culinary and aesthetic satisfaction – the aim is to ensure guests are comfortable – Occhio’s lighting concept creates the ideal atmosphere for connoisseurs.
Chef’s table – at the center of it all
Concentrating on the essentials
For the interior architectural design, the concrete walls and 6 meter high ceiling were left largely untreated and unadorned, thereby drawing attention to what really matters: experiencing the delicate art of cuisine. Kevin Fehling’s refined culinary concept requires an appropriate setting. The spatial concept stemming from the Hamburg-based architects is characterized by a sophisticated design and particularly the overall flexibility. The use of a modular lighting solution creates a state of functional and optical harmony in the restaurant's interior.
Spotlight on culinary art
Individually staged high ceilings individually staged
Kevin Fehling thinks outside the box and masterfully challenges one or two of the standard conventions found in the culinary world. This is illustrated by the higher table and seats, which ultimately allow guests to have a dialogue with the head chef and his team – literally at eye level.
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The Table, Hamburg
Year of realization: 2015 Architecture: Heyroth & Kürbitz freie Architekten BDA Luminaires: Sento filo, io sospeso, lui pico Photography: Thorsten Wulff, Heyroth & Kürbitz freie Architekten BDA