Eventually Made is a creative practice established by Sebastian Bernardy and Vincent Meyer Madaus with the impulsive idea of making the world a more intuitive, tangible and credible place. The studio claims to be engaged with the interdisciplinary culture of everyday life and the belief in a natural immediacy of creative productions in architecture, design and visual communication. This commitment comes with the ambition to grant, share and rethink the fascination around things related to the context of space and purpose.
Developed as a follow-up venture of a common perspective within the architectural profession during their academic career, the duo has continuously enhanced an affection towards the spatial, physical and economic phenomena standing to reason while increasingly cherishing the hidden treasures of what seems to be obvious and taken for granted. With various media throughout each project, the concern for the actual narrative is graphically translated into strategies on behalf of its virtual representation, thus the research methodology displays primal interpretations of the identified conditions.
As a catalyst for future independent collaborations with platforms, curators or publishers, the practice has conducted a field examination awarded by the Princeton SoA to document the geneses of entrepreneurial case studies whose origins are founded in the programmatic occupation of the residential garage on the West Coast of the USA. The final exhibition of Garage Tales has led to the illustration of another typological research agenda with the focus on row houses and their different categories of using their Front of House, both resulting in the figurative confrontation of architectural issues as a consequence respectively trigger of social interaction with the uncovered reality.
Eventually Made is interested in building houses, creating objects, making books, doing research, curating exhibitions and defining identities. For the time being, the studio is remotely working on projects between Rotterdam and New York with the objective of lastly being able to install an Open House towards the physical realisation of the idea to practically engage themselves with domestic transformation.
We have been selected and invited to take part in the Future Architecture Matchmaking Conference
at the MAO in Ljubljana from 15.–16. February to present our project Open House.
Together with Urban Omnibus we have been analysing the everyday use of the
row house typology in New York to contribute to an article of the Typecast series.
A number of our projects has been published on KooZA/rch.
Trop Banal is a platform to share our photographic adventures.
The proposal for our design of a Typical Hotel Room in Greece
has been listed as an honourable mention.
Vincent has presented his graduation project Re-Wiring la Grande Borne at the Princeton SoA.
Sebastian has collaborated with Something Fantastic on an
illustrative manual for SUDU–the Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit.
We have been selected to examine a research on garages on the West Coast of the United States
followed by an exhibition to display the outcome of the field trip at the Princeton SoA.
Our Instagram account shows a selective work-in-progress of our remote collaboration.
We have presented Tokyo Replay Center
as the thesis of our Bachelor studies at the TU Berlin.
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