Architecture Competition and design glory. On a personal level, Ibrahim was born in 1984 to a business family in Mecca The city in which cultures from around the world intermingled, who is distinguished by being a different city from the entire cities of Saudi Arabia, because it receives annually all the Islamic spectrum of pilgrims with their different languages and culture. Also, he work In the gold and jewelry trade and the activity of hosting pilgrims in the hotels of his family, which earned him practical experience in project management, sales, and design as well.Ibrahim completed his architectural design studies in 2006 and obtained a top rank at the university to start his practical journey within their family company in one of the most important projects that were implemented in Saudi Arabia, which is the clock tower in Makkah, where the clock tower project is the tallest tower in Saudi Arabia so far and A very complex project and a candidate to break many standards, all these experiences and successes were among the achievements of the Saudi architect, who was making a way towards his goal in establishing a new line in architectural design, and perhaps the difficulty and complexities of the projects generate strong experience. The architect has completed 31 specialized courses and workshops in the field of architecture, engineering, safety, and project management from different regions around the world, America, Europe, and the Arab Gulf. Ibrahim Joharji then established a library in 2009 under name of i-lines, which was then changed to the name INJ Architects to carry his personal name, in 2014 he won consultant contracts for the Ministry of the Interior in 2014 it was one of the very important projects, where he is proud of this achievement, which is a qualitative leap in terms of experience and Friction with complex buildings and what gained experience in moving around the regions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and according to the Saudi architect, during one of the meetings held with one of the world’s architects who designs a building in Saudi Arabia, Ibrahim said to himself, “Why don’t we do the same thing?” And he already started studying the possibility of potential competition for international architects inside and outside Saudi Arabia, because it is very logical that these architects communicate with their office as it is a Saudi consulting office and has the experience and a strong background in the market and understands the local market more, and entry into the global market is easy and open if engineering and architectural expertise is available.Unlike some other architects, Ibrahim is not at all proud that he has worked or is a partner in any non-Saudi engineering company and sees himself as a result of his personal experience and dependence on God and national resourcesThe Kingdom’s Vision 2030 also takes into account the reliance on national cadres, which contributes to the sustainability of the local economy and ensures the distribution of the best job opportunities for all architects. Here we go back to one of the professors of architecture at Harvard University, Rahul Mahurata, who used to say “the architect must respect the community because he designs for the client a project for the community, and this architect is part of this community”. And recently, their architectural studio has placed their architectural studies within their plans to prepare architectural studies for Saudi society. Saudi Arabia is now going through a huge leap in the field of sustainability studies and architecture related to sustainability. The architectural team is currently active in producing research for this goal in line with the Kingdom’s 2030 vision that it supervises. The Saudi government for a more effective life for the Saudi society, which still looks with hope for the role of art and architecture in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In conclusion, a hundred years ago, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was a desert land, and now it exports to the world high-class architects who win international prizes. This shows the extent of the sincerity of planning studies saying that European cities were built during 200 years compared to the current cities in Asia, which are built in only 20 years. And here we must ask ourselves: Will the compass of architecture and design always point to Europe or America? Or will new cities and countries appear on the map and compete for architectural leadership? This is what we will need to think about?