Eran revisited his urban-architectural work, New Babylon, and began an in-depth study of his texts and models, watching his films and reading his lectures. Eran later visited his archive in Utrecht, where he got access to two boxes of slides that read, New Babylon, and relate to Lecture at the ICA (1963). The conference summarized three years of research and activity at the School of the City, reflecting on urban space as an active, spontaneous, multi-sensory place of study: a learning experience that is not bound to schools and academies but occurs in the city every day. This perspective, binding together architecture and a learning situation – a pedagogy that is not detached from the space in which it takes place – enables various forms of learning that combine knowledge, experience, and action, allowing everyone to find and develop their passion and curiosity. Architecture that attends to people and their creative development.