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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