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<p>A completely unsymmetrical porous organic cage was synthesized from a C<i>2v </i>symmetrical building block that was identified by a computational screen. The cage was formed through a 12-fold imine condensation of a tritopic C<i>2v </i>symmetric trialdehyde with a di-topic C<i>2 </i>symmetric diamine in a [4+6] reaction. The cage was rigid and microporous, as predicted by the simulations, with an apparent Brunauer-Emmett-Teller surface area of 578 m2 g-1. The reduced symmetry of thedoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.6863684.v1 fatcat:tszn57b2ljgc5notebj7ke3zxu