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Design studio

A design studio or drawing office is a workplace for designers and artisans engaged in conceiving, designing and developing new products or objects. Facilities in a design studio include clothes, furniture art equipment best suited for design work and extending to work benches, small machines, computer equipment, paint shops and large presentation boards and screens.


  • Size 1
  • Ownership 2
  • Types 3
    • Automotive design studios 3.1
  • References 4


The size and conveniences also depends upon the type of the Studio. Freelance designers engaged in Product design often have a small set up of their own and the smallest being within their apartment or bedroom. The ambiance of a design studio is often notable for its marked informality. The number of designers working in a typical design studio may vary widely from a single individual to up to 1000 members. In such large studios apart from designers the staff may also consist of other technicians and Artisans engaged in prototyping and engineering detailing in addition to administrative staff and designers


The smallest Studios are operated by individuals, while the medium to bigger ones may be owned and operated by a Manufacturer involved in consumer goods or by design firms engaged in design services catering to different firms and industries. Such independent design studios may also function as a design studio as well as design firm.


Automotive design studios

Automotive design studios are usually the largest among them, where large space is required for several cars under development in addition to clay modeling surface tables, large scanners, and clay milling machines. Such studios also have a presentation area to accommodate at least 20 to 30 people for presentations and design briefing with their clients. Automobile manufacturer studios are often treated as a separate entity and housed within a compound. Most of these design studios are often located in a different part of the city or country and are isolated from the manufacturing and engineering environment. Such studios are often high security areas, where even internal access to most areas will be severely restricted zone.


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