Multiple Coordinated Views (MCV) has been widely used in visualization. Thiswork explores Multiple Coordinated Spaces (MCS), a 3D version of MCV, in orderto integrate various 2D displays in a large physical environment as a unified analy-sis workspace. Built upon the rich background of distributed and embodied cogni-tion, MCS supports interactive analysis in a connected, distributed set of subspaces.For MCS, I have developed visualization and interactive techniques for coordinat-ing augmented reality devices together with classical WIMP GUIs systems. I alsodemonstrate the usages of MCS using a multivariate, geo-spatial biodiversity applica-tion. The major advantage of MCS is a flexible coordination framework for creatingnew immersive analytics methods by mixing visualizations from different devices, andmixing physical and virtual operations from different environments.