Luchetti Krelle fashions playful interiors for RAFI restaurant in Sydney

Vivid abstract paintings meet patterned floors and oversized lighting fixtures inside this restaurant in Sydney designed by local studio Luchetti Krelle.

Celebrating the produce available on Sydney’s coastline, RAFI serves a seasonal array of seafood small plates. The restaurant’s name is an acronym for Raffaella, Aurora, Frankie and Indio – the children of owners Ben Carroll and Hamish Watts.

Large paper lanterns dominate the interior of Sydney’s RAFI restaurant

The duo already run a number of successful dining venues across the city, all of which were designed by Luchetti Krelle.

When called to devise the interiors for RAFI, the studio set out to create a scheme that would “ignite a

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