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English Meaning(s) for アトリエ

  1. studio

Definition and Synonyms for アトリエ

Artist'S Workroom a studio especially for an artist or designer
Synonyms: アトリエ
Studio workplace for the teaching or practice of an art
Synonyms: アトリエ, スタジオ, 作業場, 制作室, 工房, 撮影所, 画室
Studio workplace consisting of a room or building where movies or television shows or radio programs are produced and recorded
Synonyms: アトリエ, スタジオ, 制作室, 工房, 撮影所
Studio Apartment an apartment with a living space and a bathroom and a small kitchen
Synonyms: アトリエ, スタジオ, ワンルームマンション, 制作室, 工房, 撮影所

Categories アトリエ is a member of

Apartment a suite of rooms usually on one floor of an apartment house
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Studio workplace for the teaching or practice of an art
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Work a place where work is done
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Sample Sentences for アトリエ

There was a single oil painting left unfinished in the studio. No other pictures were there.
When I was in Paris, I became acquainted with two or three painters, and I went to visit their atelier from time to time. I was always fascinated by their method of work and their way of life.
I was planning to turn this room into my mother's studio, but I'm currently using it as a storage room.
I visited the atelier of a painter that I had not visited in a long time. This painter had just acquired a new model and he was in a very good mood.
One time, I went to the atelier of a painter I had just met in the middle of the night. It was a dark room in an attic.

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