Entrance and Reception:
Welcome desk
Visitor information area
Exhibition Spaces:
Main exhibition hall for immersive experiences related to Vajont Dam, Vaia storm, and other historical events
Interactive displays showcasing preparedness, resilience, and community initiatives
Temporary exhibition space for rotating displays and collaborations with artists
Web3 and Technology Zone:
Innovation lab for experimenting with web3, metaverse, NFTs, crypto, and AI
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) zones for immersive experiences
Technology demonstration areas
Research and Science Divisions:
Research facilities for professionals studying preparedness, disaster management, and resilience
Science laboratories for exploring environmental impacts, climate resilience, and sustainable practices
Educational Spaces:
Classrooms for workshops and educational programs
Lecture hall for presentations and discussions
Collaboration spaces for group learning and projects
Community Engagement:
Community meeting spaces for local initiatives
Workshop areas for hands-on activities and problem-solving sessions
Outdoor gathering spaces for events and discussions
Green Spaces:
Landscaped areas promoting ecological awareness and sustainability
Outdoor gardens and seating for relaxation and reflection
Cafeteria or restaurant serving local cuisine
Informal meeting areas for networking and community building
Administrative offices for staff and project management
Storage and support spaces
Media and Documentation Center:
Library/resource center for historical archives and educational materials
Media rooms for video presentations and documentaries

Documentation through the blockchain, keep it decentralised, information free; decentralised file storage solutions based on blockchain to ensure the availability and resilience of media assets. This can be particularly useful in disaster-prone areas, aligning with the theme of resilience.
Use blockchain to create a secure and tamper-proof archive for historical documents, photos, and videos related to the Vajont Dam disaster, Vaia storm, and other events. Each piece of media can be timestamped and cryptographically secured, ensuring its authenticity.
Consider creating Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) for significant historical artifacts or exhibits within the center. These digital tokens can represent ownership or access rights to unique pieces, fostering digital ownership and supporting fundraising efforts.
Enable contributors, whether they are researchers, artists, or community members, to showcase their contributions on a blockchain. This verification can add credibility to their work and foster a culture of trust within the hub.