Having worked in both Hungarian and international projects of various scales, she has gained valuable experience that she could utilise at the integrated building services provider DVM group.

Ida Kiss graduated at the Technical University of Budapest in 2003, with the award of the Association of Building Science. During her career she has worked for several prominent companies such as ABUD Engineering or Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects in his London and Budapest offices. As a member of the Tiba Architect Studio she was project architect of the Paris Department Store which was acknowledged by numerous professional and property market awards. As part of her scientific and academic activities she dealt with urban sustainability and smart city solutions. Her career of almost 15 years enabled her to take part in international projects on different scales. She joined DVM group as chief designer of the fit-out design team in November 2016. Since then she has coordinated several new office design processes for both national and multinational enterprises.

"The boundaries of architectural design are much wider than 5-10 years ago. Our designers not only have to satisfy our clients with the best architectural and interior design, but must also advise on the most sustainable aspects and latest technologies. My task is to represent and strengthen this attitude within the design department and to realize the principles of integrated design among the departments of DVM group” – said Ida Kiss.

“By promoting Ida to the forefront of our design department, we are happy to have trusted a professional who coordinates our architects’ work with a complex vision and management-oriented design perspective. She supports our colleagues with their varying tasks to ensure high-quality delivery and client service. Her experience in the field of research and development helps the integration of the latest innovations and technology trends into DVM group projects.” – emphasised Tibor Massányi, managing partner of DVM group.


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