This paper studies the notion and content of constitutional space, its integral parts and components, key features and principles in order to help identify the spatial limits of state power and provide e ffi cient legal support to integration processes. To articulate the multifaceted concept of constitutional space, the author has analyzed the approaches of a number of Russian and international researchers which allowed him to trace how this concept developed from the fl at territory-bound format to a valuecentric three-dimensional presentation or so-called D format. The purpose of this paper is to defi ne the concept of constitutional space, its content and role in the context of state building aimed at ensuring territorial integrity, unity of the Russian system of law and more effi cient use of the mechanisms provided by federal agreements based on the analysis of scientifi c information sources and constitutional norms.
Introduction: Two Views of “Constitutional Space”
Space and Society
The Notion of Space in Jurisprudence
Features of Constitutional Law Space
Space in 3D — Space of Shared Values
Instead of a Conclusion. Materialization of a Constitution