Spaces & Concepts General Trading & Contracting Company – Kuwait was established over a decade ago as a lighting company, which later diversified into many other avenues. In 2005, we integrated office furniture to our lighting business. A modern showroom in Sun City in Shuwaikh opened in 2009 as part of this new vision. The state-of-the-art showroom features a wide range of fabric, wallpaper, lighting, upholstery, furniture and carpet samples. Spaces & Concepts Lighting Design & Supply S.A.R.L. was established in June, 2011 under the canopy of its mother company, followed by another regional existence in Qatar in 2012.

Over the years, Spaces and Concepts has evolved into a onestop destination for all components such as office furniture, doors, fixtures, partitions, floor coverings (carpet, vinyl and parquet), wallpaper, curtains and blinds, heating systems, residential furniture, lighting, fixtures (architectural and decorative) among others.


Spaces & Concepts aims to be a leading company in its field. We have a diverse variety of brands so that a client’s every need can be readily met, from furniture to carpets to lights to tiles to fixtures. Our team of professionals works in partnership with many leading architects and designers, developing sophisticated solutions to transform residential and commercial environment. Our goal is to exceed customer expectations and set the standards for quality customer service in the industry. With our flexible, quality-conscious and client-oriented approach, we aim to be an exceptional partner for our clients.

Project Management

Any design is only as good as its implementation, and at Spaces & Concepts we believe that effective project management is imperative for success on any project. Each project is unique in its context and objectives; and should therefore be treated as such. For over a decade, Spaces & Concepts design managers have developed a unique methodology that we use to ensure that Architects and Designers are given the fullest possible support. We take the view that there are four crucial aspects to each project: Design, Economics, Performance and Environment. Further, all four must be addressed if the project is to achieve its architectural design brief.