Mr. Kiss has designed many ground-breaking high-performance building projects in the Americas, Europe and Asia. His research into the functional and aesthetic improvement of photovoltaics for buildings has led to several new products and systems. He has authored technical manuals for the Department of Energy, and lectures frequently on recent advances in solar technologies and their potential for practical integration into architectural design.
Current projects include Bushwick Inlet Park, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and the Bronx River Greenway River House, both for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, both of which have won awards from the New York City Public Design Commission. Other projects include solar and sustainable housing in the Netherlands, the PV system at 4 Times Square, the Bocas del Toro Station for the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, the photovoltaic glass train shed for New York City Transit's Stillwell Avenue Terminal in Coney Island, and a photovoltaic manufacturing facility for Heliodomi in Greece.