How do we feel in urban space? How can intimate sensations, emotions and feelings come into discourses around planning for urban futures? Contesting the rational, colonial and gendered history of urban planning and planning law, students from the Master of Research in Architecture at the Royal College of Art invite you to join a feeling walk. Participants will be introduced to concepts of care and feeling in the built environment through a collective act of walking and marking. Marking these forms of care in space becomes a way of mapping in real scale, drawing, thinking and participating. We end with a collective discussion of participants’ own ideas about spatial care and feeling planning.