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One of the greatest challenges in colloidal self-assembly is to obtain multiple distinct but transformable suprastructures from the same particles in monophasic solvent. Here, we combined deformable and rigid lobes in snowmanshaped amphiphilic Janus nanoparticles (JNPs). These JNPs exhibited excellent ability to self-assemble into micelles, worms, mini-capsules, giant-and elongated-vesicles. This rich suprastructural diversity was obtained by kinetic manipulation of the self-assemblydoi:10.21256/zhaw-5454 fatcat:x3ncqqqtjradzgd44a5oypjbs4