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Art & Architecture Thesaurus

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workshops

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Refers to public or private spaces set aside for manual or light industrial work. It may be used to refer to spaces in which fine art was created, particularly regarding art dating prior to the 16th century. It may also refer to spaces in which woodworkers, furniture makers, pottery makers, glass makers, and other craftspeople work. In the most general sense, it refers to spaces where goods of any type are made, prepared for sale, or sold. In modern usage, the term "studios" is generally used to refer to spaces for creating fine art dating from the 16th century to the present.

Variations

workshops (work spaces)

shops

ateliers

workshop

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