Yes it's a recording studio and mastering rooms. The "Utopia" Logo looks like a large letter "U" in the shape of a harp or lyre, with two straight lines down the middle of the "U". Btw, I've just found this fascinating wee piece on the net from "Ian Cooper" who used to work at Utopia..He started off by talkin' about the "Utopia Blue Rooms", then continued..
"Oh history don’t you love it..
I started at Pye studios in1971 and was taught everything the old way. Left in 76. Two Eastlake rooms were built at Utopia, one a studio and the other a mastering room. Both were identical in size, the only difference besides the equipment was the chenille curtains. The curtains in the studio were red and the Mastering one’s were marine aquarium blue. So I called it the Blue room. (I don’t like giving rooms numbers). The Lyre was the symbol denoting anything done at Utopia. It was a unique place, and was very successful. The main in house engineer there was a guy called James Guthrie who left after two years to work with Pink Floyd on an album called “The wall ”. After having lunch with Richard Branson!!!! He decided to build a mastering room and asked how much was it going to cost I told him and he just said “fine when are you going start working for me”.
Townhouse mastering started in 1979 and I wrote Townhouse on everything that left there. After 13 years I left at the time virgin sold out to EMI. Now at Metropolis working in a room called Bern ( all rooms have names )
This is still my first job and maybe my last one!