The Institute for Nanobiomedical Technology and Membrane Biology in Chengdu, China has made a prediction based on Intelligent Design of the cell.
Says Sloan Kulper, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology architectural student who once took a biology class,
"When I took Shuguang's course, I was thrilled to learn that structural biologists had developed such an amazing language for describing new and complex forms...Also, structural biology is basically concerned with the sort of geometries that architects and designers often work with, though on a completely different scale."
The instructor for that class, Shuguang Zhang, associate director of the Center for Biomedical Engineering at MIT, frequently discussed similarities between architecture and structures in biology.
There are some artist's conceptions of what this cell will look like. Zhang says they are inspired by
"elegantly folded protein structures and their simple and beautiful structural motifs,"
You can check out the Intelligently Designed Cell at LiveScience.com, a fairly respectable layman's science site, near as I can tell.
Remember, I'm not a biologist, but I did my very best to synopsize the article accurately.