As part of D+A month, Neumann will present Architecture of the Night, a slide lecture examining the past and present of the subject. Neumann, author of several books including Film Architecture: Set Designs from Metropolis to Blade Runner, is currently writing a tome and compiling an exhibition about edifices and their night-time visages, which he considers a relatively unexplored specialty. A couple of Miami landmarks may be included as examples: I.M. Pei's curved Bank of America building (originally the CenTrust Tower), which often glows in gaudy colors, and the majestic 1920 Miami-Dade County Courthouse, its stepped ziggurat-like peak alluring to birds of all feathers. Of course, there are some things to be said about daylight. Turkey vultures, possibly the courthouse's most famous feature, are invisible at night! On second thought, maybe that's preferable.