Quite.White is a professional partnership created by companies such as the Institute for Urban and System Design, the Institute for Integrated Territorial Development, Project 18, ATP, Stage, Module and a group of specialists involved in planning the development of territories, landscape design, design and marketing.

The aim of the partnership is to assemble a team of like-minded people who are able

  • to study and analyse problems and offer unique solutions, using professional skills and experience;
  • to generate ideas for spatial and territorial development;
  • to promote projects of successful development on the basis of frames and spaces.

Rather ambitiously, modern cities aim to assume a role of leadership in the development of society and the economy in the country and the world, and this means that all design areas must strive for success, including creative industries. Today, the criteria for successful development are formulated as an increase in the quality of life. Assessing this would require analysing an enormous number of indicators; however, no one has a balanced understanding of what set of indicators this should be and what value they should be assigned.

Our partnership is studying the topic of "the quality of life – the quality of development" and suggests ways and methods of integrating the solutions found into the system for making project decisions.

Our WHITE motivates to colour them through the prism of professional views gathered in our partnership of member from diverse fields. And partnership should be seen as a PRISM – an instrument of opportunities.

You can go forward and achieve success in matters of development and growth of quality only if you do not look back, but with the support of the foundation of what has been achieved. This is the theory of PRISM as a stable sufficiency or completeness – QUITE.

One of the solutions we found that can ensure the growth of the quality of life in urban agglomerations is "TO RETURN THE NATURE IN THE CITY THROUGH COMBINING SPACES AND FRAMES". This research is ongoing, and our project "Atmosphere of Agglomeration" in the WHITE BOOK format is one of its tools.