Industrial designer from Pratt Institute's graduate program ( New York , 2004), he also holds a BA degree in industrial design from Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico City, 1997). He has received several awards and scholarships, such as a Fulbright scholarship for graduate studies (New York-Mexico City, 2002), a Bronze Leaf at the International Furniture Design Award ( Asahikawa , Japan , 2005), a Conduit Award ( New York , 2005) and an honorable mention at Mexico 's First Design Biennial ( Mexico City , 2001), as well as many academic achievement awards. His work has been featured at many fairs and shows around the world, such as the Museo Franz Mayer ( Mexico City , 2006), ICFF ( New York , 2003, 2004 and 2005), International Furniture Design Award ( Asahikawa , 2005), Ambiente (Frankfurt, 2003), hOLAnDA ‘03 and ‘05 ( Amsterdam , 2003 and 2005) and Galeria de Arte Mexicano ( Mexico City , 2005). He teaches sustainable design at UNAM's Center for Industrial Design Research, as well as design and drawing classes at ITESM, both undegraduate industrial design programs in Mexico City . His work has appeared in international design publications such as ID Magazine, Dwell, Wallpaper, Arquine and Designer Magazine.
With experience in furniture, products, architecture, urban furnishings, art and exhibits design; Emiliano Godoy works primarily in projects about applied sustainability.