Scott Lowson is an architectural lighting and lighting controls designer with a diverse range of interior and exterior lighting projects that include corporate offices, hospitals, exhibits, colleges and universities, churches, party centers, shopping malls, retail, hospitality, restaurants, and large residences. He has designed lighting for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cedar Point, The Terminal Tower, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Cleveland Foundation, The Cleveland City Club, and Ursuline College, Recent projects include a prototype for the Springhill Marriott, Rio Hondo Mall in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, and Paseo Colorado Mall in Pasadena, CA.
Mr. Friedman is the 4th generation of his family to work in the electrical and lighting field. A graduate of Case-Western Reserve University, Mr. Friedman has worked in the industry for over 30 years. He is a 30-year member of the International Illuminating Engineering Society and has served as judge, and local and regional Chairman of the International Illumination Design Awards. Mr. Friedman has lectured at Kent State University, Akron University, and Ursuline College.
Mr. Friedman is the principal of Art & Science Lighting Design, an architectural lighting design firm founded in 1994.