Transversal has been in charge of the museum project for the second phase of the CIC Fassina. This project focuses on two areas called “The cellar” and “Cava” and is based on a high quality audiovisual treatment that produces a powerful effect on the visitors. This is the peak of the visit to the centre and it is therefore the icing on the cake of a journey through the world of cava that, in these places, becomes incredibly impressive and intensely emotional.
In the area known as “The cellar”, cava is related to the "four elements" of Parmenides, the Greek philosopher. These four elements are, to some extent, the essence of wine and, by extension, cava. A projection is played onto the wall in this area called "A world of colours", deconstructing the cava production process and grouped into two large chromatic blocks. Finally, in the "Cava" area, there is a projection on the history of cava consumption as a symbol of celebration.