With so many creatives and concepts coming out of their shells in Kuwait, the demand to get work done in a home away from home is only increasing. While it’s always fun to go to a coffee house to tap away some ideas over a steaming latte, ambiance is everything, and the creative juices can flow more freely when you’re able to collaborate and brainstorm with like-minded individuals. We’ve rounded up a few options for you to look into, so that you can gather your birdseed of ideas and stay motivated when creating.
Taken from Almakan’s Instagram page @almakan_kw
Established in November 2014, almakan describes itself as “the hub under which all beautiful arts and their lovers gather”. Providing workshops and studio spaces for creatives to market and develop their artistic works, almakan encourages a safe space for artistic expression, and is open for the public, where visitors can pass by and visually experience workshops, witnessing creative processes from scratch.
Almakan is located in Sharq, Kuwait City, on Mubarak Al Kabeer Street. Call them at 22410211, or visit their website at www.almakan-kw.com. Follow them on Instagram @almakan_kw
Taken from niu’s Instagram page @niu_kw
The buzz on this new business hub located in the heart of Kuwait city is getting louder by the minute! niu has office spaces, meeting rooms and co-working spaces for start-up dreams to come true. Most importantly, this go-t0 creative hotspot is proudly named as the region’s first true collaborative community that is solely aimed to guide entrepreneurs, and small and mid-sized business owners.
For more information, check out their website at www.niukw.co. Follow them on Instagram @niu_kw
Taken from Sirdab Lab’s Instagram page @sirdab_lab
Sirdab Lab exists to educate aspiring entrepreneurs and help them build digital products and tech startups to their full potential. With a community of ambitious entrepreneurs, passionate mentors and smart investors looking to fund promising startups, this space is an ideal platform to work on your product, grow your business, and collaborate with other founders and talented individuals.
For more information on upcoming events, visit their website at www.sirdab-lab.com. Follow them on Instagram @sirdab_lab
Taken from Masaha 13’s Instagram page @masaha13
Looking to rent a beautiful space for a meeting, presentation, launch or private event? This innovative space is definitely worth checking out! Nestled within a renovated warehouse space, Masaha 13 boasts itself as one of Kuwait’s hottest event rental spaces. With a fully equipped cafe and a library/lounge that offers extensive resources on arts, design and entrepreneurship, this beautiful space is multi-purpose and homey.
Taken from Arabana Warehouse’s Instagram page @arabnanawarehouse
Known as the pioneer of creative workspaces in Kuwait, this Shuwaikh situated gem opened up in 2011. As a classic favorite to many (and probably the space that only pushed Kuwait’s creative movement further), the Arabana Warehouse is rentable to creatives for events such as art exhibitions and launches, to name a few. Arabana also collaborated with the 2015 Nuqat conference, and is seen as a space that supports Kuwait’s artistic side.
If you’re interested in contacting Arabana for more information, email them here: email@example.com. Follow them on Instagram @arabanawarehouse.
Described by the public as one of Kuwait’s hottest new hidden gems, this cafe-cum-workspace is situated in the AUK area of Salmiya. A hit with students and young professionals, you could rent a conference room with a group of people, where each participant can enjoy a complimentary coffee while they get work done! Magnet also features a quiet space for working, studying or reading, and a yummy menu with food and beverage options. What’s not to love?
Taken from Magnet’s Instagram page @magnet.kw
Magnet is located in Salmiya, on Amr Bin Al-Aas Street, Block 3, at the Aknan Complex. Call them at 222 54085 and follow them on Instagram @magnet.kw for more information.
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