The roots of Kuwait are linked with both the desert and the sea. The Bedouins lived a life governed by the tempo of seasons. Sadu weaving, regarded as by geometric designs woven by hand with dyed, spun and coloured wool, is a traditional craft of major significance. The Al-Sadu Society was fashioned with an intention of retaining these Bedouin crafts from total extinction, which led to establishment of Sadu House. The house comprises various chambers tinted with construction materials and earthenware, portraying the old houses, mosques, water and bread storage places etc., in Kuwait. Al Baraha, another section, is a covered playground supposed for children during ancient days.