Curious about how space can impact societal outcomes? This is where exploring how spatial segregation can promote and even further social segregation steps in. I explored this notion in looking at fortified enclaves (places that are restricted to the public) in Luanda which is the capital city of a notoriously, highly unequal country of Angola. I wondered about how the restriction of spaces to the majority of Luandans would help compound inequality in society. I have my paper attached for details, but the point I would like to drive home is to pay attention to consider how your local spaces may be used to separate those of different social strata and how space can be weaponized to further promote exclusivity, and thereby high levels of inequality that heavily disadvantage the majority of society.