Eventually Made

About About

Sebastian Bernardy and Vincent Meyer Madaus formed Eventually Made as a creative practice with the impulse to make the world a more intuitive, tangible and credible place. The studio is engaged with the interdisciplinary domain of everyday life and the belief in a natural immediacy of creative productions in architecture, design and visual communication.


Upstairs New York

An extensive research and projection of roof transformations in New York City for the year 2040 in consideration of the Climate Mobilization Act passed in 2019. Originally commissioned by Urban Omnibus of the Architectural League of New York. Extended research published in topos and MONU. Comprehensive publication “Upstairs New York: An Infovisual Projection on the City‘s Future Roofscape“ in liaison with New Generations by Itinerant Office. 

Type: Articles, Book
Medium: Web, Print

︎ ︎ Urban Omnibus
︎ ︎ topos
︎ ︎ MONU

︎ ︎ New Generations

November 19 2020 007

Continuous vertical scroll of New York City’s roofscape in 2040

Open House

A study of a drop-in center for domestic spatial transformations conceived to compartmentalize architectural involvement and foster grassroots design relationships. Selected as 2018 project of the Future Architecture Platform and presented on February 15 at the MAO, Ljubljana. 

Type: Conceptual Proposal
Medium: Storefront Retail

︎ ︎ Open Project
︎ ︎ Watch Interview
Feb 16 2018 006

Drop-in neighborhood institution

Front of House

A visual analysis of the liminal space in front of New York City’s row houses. Commissioned by Urban Omnibus of the Architectural League of New York, the article distills front yards into five distinct uses commonly making up the semi-private space between home and public.

Type: Article
Medium: Web

︎ ︎ Open Article
︎ ︎ Download PDF

May 17 2017005

Visual analysis of New York City’s five front yard usage types

Re-Wiring La Grande Borne

An urbanism study of La Grande Borne in the South of Paris, the project is an attempt at revitalizing a grand ensemble through a sensitive reprogramming of existing protocols and a belief in urban vitalization through activation of program, circulation and interference. Relying on a working method of incisions, interjections, and additions without disrupting or abolishing the existing social contracts and mechanisms, the plan offers opportunities of evolvement and growth to the population.

Type: M. Arch Thesis
Medium: Paper, Model and Publication

︎ ︎ Open Plan
︎ ︎ Download PDF (French)

May 17 2016003

Urban reconfiguration study in Grigny

Garage Tales

The residential garage, the little addendum to the typical (American) house, bears a significance that surpasses the simple purpose to shelter a car. In the 20th century, with the post-war advent of personal automobiles and the widespread installation of garages, the corporately nine-to-five working homeowner soon started to work on side projects, developed hobbies and created individual ambitions in this surprisingly variable space. Garage Tales illustrates the story of 14 projects whose founders originated in residential garages and describes home-made stories of success, adaptation and aspiration.

Type: Research Project
Medium: Exhibition and Publication

︎ ︎ Exhibition Announcement
︎ ︎ Download PDF

Feb 1 2016002

Explorative analysis of the converted residential garage typology