The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is at a stage of major development at all levels, particularly in the field of industry. The Kingdom has launched the program “Made in Saudi Arabia” to support and encourage national products and to emphasize greater confidence and awareness of the national product and factories. This in addition to the Kingdom’s possession of culture, heritage and an enormous stock of rich and diverse urban heritage with its aesthetic elements, in view of its geographical and cultural diversity. The problem of research The problem lies: in the fact that most of the industrial supplements in the field of ornamental supplements are imported products and do not carry the Saudi identity, As importing them consumes economic resources, and their unavailability may cause the project to stop, and this represents a burden on the local economy and does not achieve the Saudi Vision 2030. Objectives of the research: To develop contemporary designs for industrial parts and accessories used in the implementation of ornamental supplements using computer programs, specifically the Rhinoceros program, to take advantage of the elements of the Saudi architectural heritage, and to benefit from the trends of postmodernism and international fashion trends. Significance: The research focuses on the importance of spreading the Saudi identity through the production of artworks with contemporary designs, making use of modern technology, and achieving the Kingdom's vision of opening new fields of work. Methodology: The research used the descriptive, analytical and functional approach. By studying the design thinking of decorative supplements, clarifying the principles and requirements of designing industrial supplements in the field of decorative supplements, and proposing areas for the development of contemporary designs in the field of complementary industries, the researcher was able to design industrial supplements for handbags. Major results: The effectiveness of using computer programs, specifically the Rhinoceros program, As well as by taking advantage of postmodern trends, and using international fashion trends, implementing designs bearing the Saudi identity and of a contemporary character that are compatible with consumer needs and market requirements and can have acceptance, popularity and competitiveness
Hamdi, Fatima bint Hussein
"Innovative Contemporary Designs of Creative Supplements Fulfilling Complementary Industries in Line with the Saudi Vision 2030,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 23.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss4/23