Cultured. Cosmopolitan. Contemporary. ET2 Contemporary Lighting collections artfully blend luxurious finishes, smooth surfaces, and bold angles with creative shapes and forms that transform ordinary rooms into exceptional spaces. Intelligent design meets sophisticated style through the remarkably fresh use of translucent crystals, sculpted glass, fluid chrome, and powerful lamps. Satisfying a range of design sensibilities from eccentric to refined, the ET2 collections define the rooms they grace and make an undeniable statement about the people and places they illuminate. Each unique collection embraces advanced technology and forward-thinking style, and makes it accessible and achievable in everyday lighting.
Time-honored, made in the USA principles are built into every Hubbardton Forge design. Each piece is hand-forged one at a time by our team of skilled artisans at our forge in Castleton, Vermont.
Since the company began in 1974, we have been re-exploring the ancient art of metal sculpting, creating lighting and accessories of grace and simplicity. Our design and manufacturing process is a collaboration of designers, engineers and craftspeople. Every curve, taper, and twist in the metal carries with it the distinctive marks of honest hand-crafting.
When you own a Hubbardton Forge pendant, lamp, chandelier or sconce, you own a piece of Vermont-made art of enduring value.
All Hubbardton Forge products have a lifetime warranty.
A lamp or lighting fixture for us is first and foremost a functional product. “Licht machen”, to make light, is our first responsibility. Once this function is fulfilled, a beautiful form will follow, made with precious materials and dedicated workmanship. The result is perfect lighting for your home or business, accommodating and enhancing all environments, from traditional to contemporary.
To clad the function of “licht machen” into a beautiful form has been taught to us by the bauhaus school of Germany and our founder Franz Holtkoetter. Since he founded the company in 1964, we have produced lighting machines using manufacturing methods that are steeped in the German Handwerkstradition—craft tradition.