André Gorz once suggested that unlike conditioning, indoctrination and training, education aims essentially at bringing out individuals the autonomous capacity to take charge of themselves. He argues that this cannot be taught, but has to be stimulated. Relating this to education in architecture, spatial practices and urbanism open various questions: How might we learn about the contemporary urban condition and the relation of the subject within it? What educational formats are needed to stimulate future imaginaries of what it might mean to become an urban practitioner?