The present project aims to investigate imagination via the locus of architects' and planners' practices in Palestine. The project offers a study of ontology of professional practice, and a study of use of the concepts in subjective, objectifying and negotiated imagining in the context of conflict. Palestine has for a long time gathered various types of international support to counteract its spatial, planning and architectural struggle with Israel. This project offers to uncover and analyse the history of imaginative negotiations about the future of Palestine researching past and present the activities and projects which gathered various architectural and planning discourses, institutional structures and practices.