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What do you call a place including an office or a room where an artist (e.g. a photographer or a painter) works? I know the word "atelier""atelier" which based on Cambridge Dictionary's definition is something literary or based on MacMillan Dictionary a formal word.

However, I need a word which doesn't sound literary or fancy and totally weird in everyday speech to talk about such a place. I wonder what word works properly in this sense if "atelier" doesn't?

What do you call a place including an office or a room where an artist (e.g. a photographer or a painter) works? I know the word "atelier" which based on Cambridge Dictionary's definition is something literary or based on MacMillan Dictionary a formal word.

However, I need a word which doesn't sound literary or fancy and totally weird in everyday speech to talk about such a place. I wonder what word works properly in this sense if "atelier" doesn't?

What do you call a place including an office or a room where an artist (e.g. a photographer or a painter) works? I know the word "atelier" which based on Cambridge Dictionary's definition is something literary or based on MacMillan Dictionary a formal word.

However, I need a word which doesn't sound literary or fancy and totally weird in everyday speech to talk about such a place. I wonder what word works properly in this sense if "atelier" doesn't?

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(A room / an office) where an artist works

What do you call a place including an office or a room where an artist (e.g. a photographer or a painter) works? I know the word "atelier" which based on Cambridge Dictionary's definition is something literary or based on MacMillan Dictionary a formal word.

However, I need a word which doesn't sound literary or fancy and totally weird in everyday speech to talk about such a place. I wonder what word works properly in this sense if "atelier" doesn't?