noun, plural at·el·iers [at-l-yeyz, at-l-yeyz; French atuh-lyey] /ˈæt lˌyeɪz, ˌæt lˈyeɪz; French atəˈlyeɪ/.
- ateliotic dwarf,
Origin of atelier
Examples from the Web for atelier
Beyond his contributions, Romand had to re-create all of the needed pieces in her atelier, as well as all of the accessories.Unauthorized ‘Saint Laurent’ Biopic: Quel Scandale!|Liza Foreman|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“For me, the atelier Ermanno Scervino is a safe place where I feel protected by friendship,” he told the paper.Renaissance Wedding Bells for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|May 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Atelier Pallas is one of the only couture houses still doing things the old way—completely in house and completely by hand.
For Hockney to have the missing link presented to him there in his atelier was a real thrill for him.
I flew to Paris and spent several days in the atelier with Suzanne, who helped me choose all of the looks.
There was more than one atelier of illuminators in Florence.Illuminated Manuscripts|John W. Bradley
And now we begged to be allowed to visit the atelier, where the versatile artist worked out his pictures.Vocal Mastery|Harriette Brower
Then he went to the atelier of Roques, where he made rapid progress.Ingres|A. J. Finberg
The men give their whole time by day to problems in design, to what may be called "atelier work," without interruption.
A woman sprang toward me, pushed me aside, came in and went into my atelier.Original Short Stories, Volume 8 (of 13)|Guy de Maupassant
Word Origin for atelier
1840, from French atelier "workshop," from Old French astelier "(carpenter's) workshop, woodpile" (14c.), from astele "piece of wood, a shaving, splinter," probably from Late Latin hastella "a thin stick," diminutive of hasta "spear, shaft" (see yard (n.2)).