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Kevin Fehling illuminated by Occhio

stories about light – Kevin Fehling

Kevin Fehling on the topic of light and pleasure

For the three-star Michelin chef Kevin Fehling, pleasure is an essential ingredient: as soon as we enter a room, its ambience determines whether we feel comfortable and want to stay. Kevin Fehling has created such a space with 'The Table'. Read his 'story about light' and find out what role light plays in his restaurant concept.
Kevin Fehling illuminated by Occhio

Light and pleasure

'The Table' is a contemporary take on haute cuisine – reinforced by an interior and lighting concept that further expresses this aim.

Pleasure comes first, so the mood in the Hamburg Michelin star restaurant is laid back. Guests dine together at the serpentine-shaped restaurant bar and look into the open kitchen.

Kevin Fehling has deliberately broken the unwritten rules of fine dining. He focuses on keeping things light and cosy, and the lighting is no exception.

Kevin Fehling illuminated by Occhio

At 'The Table', what matters most is the dish itself – and of course what's served on it. So, every plate is perfectly showcased in its own pool of light. The warm, glare-free light of the suspended luminaire Sento filo subtly highlights the culinary perfection of each course.