Mahsa Foroughi is a distinguished architectural history and theory academic, seamlessly intertwining her roles as a scholar and artist. With a Ph.D. in Architecture, she has dedicated her career to unravelling the rich tapestry of architectural learning and teaching and the intricate interplay between design and historical contexts. As an academic, Mahsa has held esteemed positions at renowned institutions, including University of New South Wales and National Institute of Dramatic Art, where she served as a sessional lecturer and tutor. Her teaching philosophy centres on cultivating dynamic and enriching learning environments that foster critical thinking, interdisciplinary connections, and the development of analytical skills. Through meticulously designed syllabi and interactive learning approaches, she has inspired students to explore architecture as a lens for understanding the socio-cultural, technological, and artistic dimensions of human history.