Fans of the Disney and Pixar box office hit The Incredibles—which grossed $633 million—will know that the superhero family’s home was destroyed at the end of the 2004 film. However, in the much anticipated sequel, the crime-fighting brood finds themselves moving into a new home—a stunning 3,800-square-foot glass, wood, and stone midcentury masterpiece—when mogul Winston Deavor (Bob Odenkirk) convinces Helen Parr (Holly Hunter) to continue crime fighting as Elastigirl while her husband (Craig T. Nelson) stays home to take care of the kids.
Director Brad Bird gave production designer Ralph Eggleston just one direction for this new animated home that will make its big screen debut when The Incredibles 2 is released on June 15. “All he said was, ‘Arrow up,’” Eggleston tells Architectural Digest. “He kept drawing an arrow going up.”