Heneghan Peng Architects is an international design firm that works across architecture, landscape and urban design. The practice was founded by Róisín Heneghan and Shih-Fu Peng in New York in 1999, but later moved its operations to Dublin in 2001. Since then, the company has opened another office in Berlin. Its team is made up of over 25 designers and engineers, working on large-scale urban masterplans, bridges, landscapes and buildings.
Pictured above is the Palestinian Museum in Berzeit, which has a faceted stone facade and terraced landscaping that follows the site's sloping topography.