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Director & Principal Designer: Sreeti Mondol

‘Memories of a Butterfly’ is a phrase that has stuck with me since I was a child, inspiring vivid, mystifying thought and image. Today, this is the essence of my company and therefore its name.

Memories of a Butterfly

Memories of a Butterfly (MOAB) – design in beads, and its product is a reflection of who I am but mostly who I aspire to be. It is free spirited, boundless in creativity, buzzing with excitement & opportunity, yielding yet strong at the core, constantly evolving, attractive & unique, unpretentious and grounded in purpose.

MOAB specializes in creating high-end customized Bead Curtains, Screens and Installations. It is a simple and malleable concept, the bead curtain. With the right creative treatment, it can make dramatic or subtle, albeit either way, very effective statements in interiors and architecture.

It is the uniqueness of the bead curtain that allows me to create an edge by exploring extensively, in style, material, dimensions and design. The reward is in having happy customers who wouldn’t have imaged the joy a spectacular bead curtain can give them.


One Response to “DESIGNER – Sreeti Mondol”

  1. Archana Says:

    Hey Sreeti,

    Lovely work you have going there. Congrats. Especially liked the Pomogranate Gold Lamp that you created.

    We have been chatting about various things that can come out of beads at Jaaga, and I was wondering if you might be interested to do some explorations there…perhaps a workshop of some kind even.

    If interested, drop me a line…

    Archana Prasad

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