At the end of the 20th century, urban researchers began to use the term "spatial justice." According to urbanist Edvard Soja spatial justice is the right to the city and its spatial resources, the benefits provided by the city, which gives the right not only to use but also the right to create and shape the city. Participatory planning has become an important part of urban planning, an opportunity for residents to express their expectations and create the space according to the needs of local users.The creative workshops conducted during the Genius loci project were one of the participatory planning tools that created an inclusive environment for children, youth, and adults and encouraged participation in urban planning and creating its vision of the city. During the creative workshop, the participants expressed their visions for the public spaces of Šančiai using various means and methods, and the use of artistic expressions and visualizations helped them to more easily combine their subjective observations and thoughts into a coherent picture reflecting the needs of the wider community. Summarizing the maps made by workshop participants the recurring ideas and suggestions gradually are seen. In order to objectify the final map, the methods of sociotopes and Ch.Alexander patterns were used to summarize the results of the process, on the basis of which the previous research data of the Šančiai territory were also collected and processed. Based on these data, it is possible to draw conclusions regarding the need for the development and implementation of infrastructure of public spaces in specific areas of this district.