Hard-working windows are essential to stave off Wyoming's cold and snow. Carney says Case windows' German engineering and fine hardwood frames do the trick. The manufacturer's patented low-E insulating glass will accept large expanses of glazing without sacrificing interior heat. Carney goes for the tilt-turn or casement hardware so windows will open wider. South American mahogany, Douglas fir, and Burmese teak are just a few of the wood trims available. The Carney design seen here features extruded aluminum cladding. Case Window and Door, 800.227.3957; www.casewindow.com

carney architects
jackson, wyo.
john carney, aia