Working in construction, we see dozens of different projects every week. There are some projects, however, that feel truly special.


When a recognized and talented chef comes to us with a dream for the restaurant that will launch their brand into the stratosphere, we leap at the opportunity. Jason’s Toridasu was that opportunity.



From renders to construction, Jason’s Toridasu was an absolute pleasure to work on and help make a reality.


No good project is without a few challenges, and Jason’s was no different. Working within an existing raw space, there were design features we decided to keep and others that we felt were necessary to completely revamp.


The existing square columns in the floor plan could be repainted for a more elegant appearance that still fit well inside the aesthetic of the restaurant and framed the entrance to the kitchen in the otherwise open space. Our decision to keep the columns was appreciated by both the clients and visitors to the restaurant.


The floor of the initial space, however, was tilted. The angle of the floor would create headaches on late nights when the kitchen was being cleaned. Our team decided that the floor would need to be torn down and rebuilt to be perfectly level. The new floor allows water to naturally flow to the drains placed on the floor of the kitchen, keeping the working environment cleaner and safer.


Another key feature was the custom refrigerator/ freezer combo. This unique design allows chefs and cooks to be able to access cold and frozen ingredients in significantly less time than it would take to walk into the two seperate cold storage rooms and hunt around for the things they need.


At Designblendz, we’re proud to have been a part of making this dream come true.


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