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Block by Block



Vu Bui and Pontus Westerberg


September 2012 [1]


Nairobi, Kenya [1]


Block by Block


Partnership between Mojang and UN-Habitat


Block by Block is a charity that is a partnership between Mojang and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). The goal of this charity is to involve young people in the planning of urban public spaces.[2]

The goal of the partnership is to upgrade 300 public spaces (places and areas that are open and accessible to all citizens, no matter if they are male or female, where they come from, their race or how much income they have.) by 2016. Examples of public spaces include places such as parks, squares, and plazas, streets and roads that provide for pedestrian access and commercial places, such as markets.[2]

Contributors[edit | edit source]

Vu Bui COO of Mojang, photographer and film maker
Pontus Westerberg Digital project officer (DPO) of UN-Habitat
Hamish Beattie Master of architecture from Victoria University of Wellington
Lydia Winters Brand director at Mojang

Projects[edit | edit source]

  • Place de la Paix, Les Cayes, Haiti
  • Les Cayes waterfront, Haiti
  • Kiritpur, Nepal
  • Lotus Garden, Mumbai, India
  • Kigali, Rwanda
  • Silanga sports field, Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Jeevanjee Gardens, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Videos[edit | edit source]

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