We show that polymeric materials characterized by two length scales are obtained if diblock copolymers are mixed with amphiphilic selective solvents, leading to self-organization which combines the "block copolymer length scale" with a much shorter "nanoscale". In this work, the amphiphilic compound is 3-n-pentadecylphenol (PDP) which is hydrogen-bonded to the pyridine group of polystyreneblock-poly(4-vinylpyridine), i.e., PS-b-P4VP. The molecular architecture resembles comb-coil diblock copolymers A-block-(B-graft-C) but is obtained using the supramolecular assembly route. The structures were determined with a combination of transmission electron microscopy and small-angle X-ray scattering. On the block copolymer scale (300 Å range), the PS blocks are microphase-separated from the P4VP-(PDP)x blocks, where x denotes the ratio between the number of phenol and pyridine groups. For PS-b-P4VP block copolymers having a spherical morphology and P4VP as the minority component, the structure of PS-b-P4VP(PDP)x changes from spherical to hexagonal and further to lamellar as a function of the amount of PDP added. For all comb-coil diblock copolymer morphologies, the P4VP(PDP)x domains are further "nanophase-separated" into lamellar structures due to microphase separation of the comb copolymer-like complex between P4VP and PDP. The morphology diagram is presented for stoichiometric conditions (x = 1), using a range of different PS-b-P4VP block copolymers.