Polish-born Israeli architect Zvi Hecker spent much of his career exploring cubes and dodecahedrons in his work. One of his most famous structures is the Ramot Polin housing project in Jerusalem erected for an ultra-orthodox population. The hivelike prefabricated building was lauded when it was completed in the 1970s. Over the years, people have adapted the structures and reports say that there isn't a single "original" apartment left in the 700+ units.  Geometric Housing Complex in Jerusalem  by Diana Budds