Róisín Heneghan
Roisin Heneghan

heneghan peng architects is a design partnership practising architecture, landscape and urban design. The practise was founded by Shih-Fu Peng and Róisín Heneghan in New York in 1999 and in 2001 was relocated to Dublin. Our Berlin office opened in 2011.

We take a multi-disciplinary approach to design and have collaborated with many leading designers and engineers on a range of projects which include larger scale urban masterplans, bridges, lansdcapes and buildings.

Projects include the Canadian Canoe Museum, the National Gallery of Ireland, the Palestinian Museum, Grand Egyptian Museum, at the Pyramids, the Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre, Airbnb EMEA headquarters and the Diamond Bridges at the 2012 London Olympic Park.

RIAI Irish Architecture Awards, Cultural, National Gallery of Ireland 2018
RIBA International List, Palestinian Museum 2018
RIAI President’s Award, Palestinian Museum, 2017
World Architecture Festival Culture Building, Palestinian Museum. 2017
World Inside Festival, Offices Winner, Airbnb EMEA headquarters, 2017
Shortlisted | UK Holocaust Memorial, London 2017
Winner | Long Room Hub Book of Kells Visitor Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2016
Winner | Canadian Canoe Museum, Peterborough, Ontario, 2016
Winner | Ikareum, Lilianthal Flight Museum, Anklam, Germany, 2016
Winner | Berlin Botanical Gardens Visitors’ Centre, Berlin, 2016
EU Mies Award Nomination: University of Greenwich: Library and Academic Building, 2015
RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist: University of Greenwich: Library and Academic Building, 2015
Second PLace | Ein neues Haus für die Taz, Berlin 2014
RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist: Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre, 2013
EU Mies Award Shortlist: Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre, 2013
Winner | National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, 2013
Winner | Museum Tonofenfabrik, Lahr, Germany, 2013
Shortlisted | Southbank Centre, London, 2012
Winner | Palestinian Museum, Palestine, 2011
Shortlisted | V&A Exhibition Road Competition, London, 2010
Winner | School of Architecture and Learning Centre Greenwich University, UK, 2009
Winner | Art Conservation Centre for the Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Germany, 2009
Winner | MittelRheinBruecke at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Germany, 2009
Winner | Student Housing, Maynooth University
Winner | Arabsat Headquarters Buildings, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2008
Shortlisted | Munch-Stenerson Museum, Oslo, 2008
Shortlisted | Metrowest Liffey Bridge, Dublin, 2008
Shortlisted | L+M Harbour Towers and Bridge, Copenhagen, 2008
Shortlisted | Manchester Co-Op Northern Gateway Site Masterplan, 2008
Shortlisted | Masterplan for Glass Bottle Site, Dublin, 2007–2008
Winner| Olympic Bridges, Olympic Park, London, 2007
Winner| Custom House Landscaping Project, Dublin 2007,
Winner| National Gallery of Ireland Refurbishment 2007,
EU Mies Award Nomination: Áras Chill Dara (Civic Offices for Kildare County Council), 2007
Winner| Mountjoy Redevelopment Masterplan Dublin 2006
Sustainable Energy Ireland, Building of the year for Áras Chill Dara 2006
RIBA European Award for Áras Chill Dara 2006
RIAI Best Public Building Áras Chill Dara 2006
High Honorable Mention | Asian Cultural Complex, Korea 2005
Winner | Giants Causeway Visitor Centre Competition 2005, Complete
Winner | Carlisle Pier Redevelopment, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin 2004
Winner | Grand Museum of Egypt, Cairo International Competition
American Institute of Architects Award, 2001
Winner | Aras Chill Dara 2000 in association with Arthur Gibney & Partners
Shortlisted | International Competition for Dept of the Arts Dublin, 1999
“Young Architects Forum” Architectural League of New York, 1999
Winner | Boston Society of Architects Unbuilt Project Awards, 1998
Winner | Ideas Competition for Stadium in Los Angeles, 1997

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Thursday, January 24, 2019
5 PM Reception | 6 PM Lecture
Winnipeg Art Gallery
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