The Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) opened in Vitanje in September 2012. The building design is the work of four architectural bureaus which established the Architectural Union for Vitanje (AZZV): Bevk Perović Arhitekti, Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti, Ofis Arhitekti, and SADAR + VUGA Architects.
Described as "a living room of Vitanje inhabitants and a space for the synthesis of art and science focused on the post-gravity art" by its inceptors, KSEVT promises an interaction between the local, the regional, and the planetary.
Next to permanent exhibition Herman Potočnik Noordung: 100 Monumental Influences since November 2014 an exhibition by Edvard Zajec opened for the wider public. A Trieste born Slovenian and one of the world pioneers in computer art had conceived a Spectral Modulator some decades ago, and now finally found the right team of people and the resources to set it up.