A striking part of the discourse around issue-based politics in Kenya and the future of Kenya is the lack of room to imagine. We are often mired in the “what is” and the “this is Kenya” conversations, allowing room for marginal improvements at best and cynicism at worst. But what if we opened the space for imagination, where we can wave magic wands and explore the possibilities for instance of a Nairobi where public spaces are important and designed to work for the intended users both aesthetically and functionally? Where “nice things” are not “nice things” but fundamentals for urban spaces like footpaths and organized traffic flow. This series curated by a group of people who love Nairobi is intended to open that conversation…what Nairobi could be.