AL SADU SOCIETY
Al Sadu Society is dedicated to celebrating the rich and diverse woven textile heritage of Kuwait, inspired by the values of productivity and creativity of the nation’s past, weaving together a cultural identity for both present and future generations.
Al-Sadu Preservation Group
The Preservation Team for the Sadu Collection is a group of ambitious individuals and antiques enthusiasts who are interested in preserving Sadu pieces
Al Sadu library research facility is a space dedicated to help scholars and researchers, it attains a variety of documents, books, publications, and periodicals on plentiful of subjects, along with art related studies.
Sadu House museum is a historical depository for textile weaving and Sadu-style embroidery, The museum seeks to advance conversations between the past, present, and future of this textile heritage as a unique tradition, and ever evolving cultural identity.
Sadu House, a traditional Kuwaiti house, was built in 1936 by the head of an affluent family, Youssef Al Marzouk. The house overlooked the seafront and incorporated four open courtyards with many Indian decorative influences. In the 1970s the house was purchased by the State under the Ministry of Information and later was acquired by the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters. In the 1980 it embraced the tradition of weaving and became the home of weavings and textiles – Sadu House.