Michel Foucault describes other spaces as overlapping, crossing, connecting, existing or co-existing. What is meant are not spaces that are perceived at first glance, but rather the awareness of the inner meaning of a space. Foulcault’s focus is on particular attributes of spaces which relate to other “placements” and contradict spaces. There are two of such types: the utopias and the heterotopias. While utopias are unreal spaces, heterotopias are real, realized utopias.