Ar. Dr. Goh Ai Tee has special interest on housing and heritage. She obtained her PhD in year 2010 from University of Liverpool titled ‘Potential of courtyard housing as solution for creating family housing in urban area in the UK’. While, her MSc research study in year 2007 focusing on if high rise low-cost flats solution for creating urban housing of no so well-do-to in Malaysia. Upon returning to Malaysia, in year 2011 she set up an architectural consultancy practice, A T GOH ARCHITECT, and works on various type of projects including housing maintenance and management projects with aim to develop better understanding of inherit housing issues in Malaysia. Since year 2019, she has starting to put the knowledge gain from her research into the drawing board, and develop various range of experimental low-rise high density housing to test out the density, design, size, and spatial quality –aiming to create a high-density low-rise affordable urban family housing for Malaysia. The quality of space, inner environment and spatial arrangement in court type buildings in Malaysia has led to her research on the Chinese Shop House typology, Oldest Chinese Temple in Johor in year 1997 and Blue Mansion in Penang in year 2000. During her PhD study, she involved in community led heritage conservation project in Fez, Morocco in year 2009 under RMSU Euromed Heritage IV Programme, and assisting in AHRC project to create 3-Dimensional modeling for selected historical public bath in MENA cities. After returning to Malaysia, between year 2011 and 2013, she also works as joint venture partner with Dar Saleh Engineering Consultancy in Saudi Arabia on four Heritage Village Rehabilitation Projects in Saudi Arabia. During the same year, she also involve in various community building workshops in Penang organized by Asian Coalition for Housing Right, Think City Sdn Bhd, Penang Heritage Trust, George Town World Heritage Incorporated, and Arts-ED. The working on these projects provides greater understanding on the planning and design of traditional courtyard house developed in different cold climate, hot arid and hot humid regions. In year 2015, to specialize on one of her interest – ‘heritage’, Ar Dr Goh attended the workshop on safeguarding Outstanding Universal Values in Penang in year 2015, and subsequently joining ICOMOS Malaysia on the same year. Since then, she has been an active member of ICOMOS ISC Shared Built Heritage (SBH), participating study tours in Japan, West Bengal India, Estonia, Finland, Russia between 2015 and 2018, and in year 2019, she co-organizing a study tours with ICOMOS ISC SBH in (Marrakesh, Essaouira, Safi, El Jadida, Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier and Tetouan) Morocco. In year 2020, she sits in as one of the Reviewer for abstracts/ papers submitted to the ICOMOS 2020 Scientific Symposium (Shared Heritage category). She is also on the KLSP2020-2040 Review group, apart from being an ICOMOS Malaysia EP member – initiating the proposed Heritage School Rehabilitation Program. Recently elected as Board Member, ICOMOS Malaysia, 2020-2022.