The term Learning Studio is sometimes used to refer to an L-shaped classroom which is, actually, not a new idea.
One of the earliest schools featuring L-shaped classrooms configured like Learning Studios is the Crow Island School in Winnetka, Illinois (US) built in 1940.
This irregular plan creates breakout spaces and flexible learning zones that support a significant number of 18 critical learning modalities.
Two Learning Studios can be arranged to form a Learning Suite.
To learn more about this design pattern and many others, explore The Language of School Design: Design Patterns for 21st Century Schools (Nair, Fielding)