Taking advantage of an unused transition space, these cases highlight textiles from the Southwest Museum of the American Indian. The design allows for a beautiful view of the objects from across the museum and allows access for visitors to view each item more closely. Due to light sensitivity textiles, these objects must be replaced each year. The design allows for objects to be removed and installed on their backboard within the safety of the Conservation studios. Casework utilizes blackened steel window frames while the case itself is finished with catalyzed paint.