summaery2021: Projekte

Spatial inequalities. Space matters!


eingereicht von
Marieliz Morales Vega

Marieliz Morales Vega, Alicia E. Sanchez Fonseca & Jean C. Ocampo Cantillo

Prof. Dr. Frank Eckardt

Architektur und Urbanistik

Integrated Urban Development and Design (Master of Science (M.Sc.))

Art der Präsentation

Sommersemester 2021

Teilnahme an den Bauhaus.Modulen

Alejandra Ahrend Cruz
Alina-Andreeea Miclos
Anastasia Gnetova
Andrei-Bogdan Dumitru
Bipin Niraula
Chanitnanth Phadungnanonth
Defne Isikli
Hildegarde Allain
Joanne Elliott
Lakshit Chawla
Matilde Nanni
Mike Twum Asante
Nursultan Tynchtykbek uulu
Sarah Li Xenia Büsing
Timo Bechert


The existing social and spatial inequalities have influenced and shaped the form of our territories and communities throughout history. As a broad description, spatial inequality can be defined as the mere lack and/or absence of services and unequal distributions of resources in a territory. We aim to discuss both sides of spatial planning picturing how urbanism can play a negative role on spatial distributions, but also how it can have positive outcomes when addressing these relevant issues. Among many sub-topics related towards spatial inequalities, matters such as: gender inequalities, social and economic disparities, spatial fragmentations, hidden communities, the role of architecture as a spatial equalizer, and some case studies will be portrayed in this space.

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E-Mail: marieliz.morales.vega[at]

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