KATHMANDU, APRIL 08
Kaleidoscope, an annual event organised by Asian Paints Nepal (APN), returned for its 2021-22 edition solidifying the company's continual efforts to promote and showcase the talents of promising architects of Nepal.
Over the years through this CSR initiative, Asian Paints has provided a platform for the budding architects and interior designers of Nepal to apply their knowledge and showcase their talents through some of the most prestigious live projects.
The project for 2021-22 was to design the prominent Ligligkot Museum at Palungtar Municipality, Gorkha and the announcement of top five winners from over 30 participants was done on April 6, as per a media release.
The winner of the competition was Rojita Awale from IOE, Pulchowk Campus who was awarded a cash prize of Rs 70,000 from Asian Paints. The first runner up was Prashant Deshar from Acme Engineering College who received cash prize of Rs 40,000 from APN.
Anil Kunwar from Kathmandu Engineering College, was awarded second runner up position winning a cash prize of Rs 30,000. Finally, the two consolation prizes were awarded to Abhishek Maharjan from IOE, Pulchowk Campus and Priya Shrestha from Kathmandu Engineering College with both receiving cash prize of Rs 10,000 from Asian Paints.
A version of this article appears in the print on April 9, 2022, of The Himalayan Times.