N-Alkyl ammonium resorcinarene bromides and 1,4-diiodooctafluorobutane via multiple intermolecular halogen bonds (XB) form different exotic supramolecular architectures through subtle changes of the upper rim substituents. Dimeric dumbbell-like assembly with encapsulated guest molecules is generated with N-benzyl substituents. The N-hexyl groups engender an XB-induced polymeric pseudocapsule and an XB-induced dimeric capsule with entrapped 1,4-dioxane guest molecules. The N-propyl and N-cyclohexyl groups generate deep cavity cavitands. The deep cavity cavitands possess cavities for self-inclusion leading to polymeric herringbone arrangement in one direction and that pack into 3D polymeric arrangement resembling egg crate-like supramolecular networks. These assemblies are studied in solution via NMR spectroscopy and in the solid state via X-ray crystallography.