studio[sto̵̅o̅′dē ō′, styo̵̅o̅′-]
- a room or rooms where an artist, photographer, or musician works
- ☆ a room or rooms where dancing lessons, music lessons, etc. are given
- a business establishment engaged in producing and, usually, distributing films
- a physical facility, as one belonging to such an establishment, where films are made
- a room or rooms where radio or television programs are produced or where recordings are made
- studio apartment
Origin of studioItalian ; from Classical Latin studium, a study
- An artist's workroom.
- A photographer's establishment.
- An establishment where an art is taught or studied: a dance studio.
- a. A room, building, or group of buildings where movies, television shows, or radio programs are produced.b. A room or building where tapes and records are produced.
- A company that produces films.
- A studio apartment.
Origin of studioItalian, from Latin studium, eagerness, application; see study.
- An artist’s or photographer’s workshop or the room in which an artist works.
- His studio was cramped when he began as an artist.
- An establishment where an art is taught.
- As he gained a reputation, he took larger space and took students into his studio,
- A place where radio or television programs, records or films are made.
- The recording studio had some slight echo, but was good enough to make a demo.
- A company or organization that makes films, records or other artistic works.
- The studios still make films, but they rely on the strength of their distribution.
- A studio flat/apartment, especially one having the kitchen, living area, and sleeping area in a single room.
- It’s a lovely little studio with almost a river view.