The city of Doha is experiencing continual rapid growth with new or emerging urban nodes and centres, housing developments, and a wide spectrum of built environments. Little attention, however, has been paid to several important growth aspects, including the examination of the dialectic relationship between the city inhabitants and the urban environment, the understanding of the way in which the inhabitants comprehend and react to its built environment and the resulting spatial experience, as well as their attitudes toward newly urbanised spaces. Utilising research techniques derived from the eld of ‘Environment-Behaviour Studies’, this chapter provides a comprehensive analysis regarding the investigative tools used to evaluate and describe the way in which surveyed residents of Doha identify with their surroundings, how they spatially experience the city, and how they relate to selected key spaces or urban centres. Based on detailed attitude surveys, assessment tools, photographic interviews, and walkthrough techniques, this chapter explores urban spaces in the city as perceived and experienced by various groups of residents from dierent socio-economic and socio-cultural backgrounds.