Continuing the discussion from Reviewing DeltaSync’s construction estimates on the simple square Concrete Caissons:
I like it Octavian, you should submit it to the Architectural Design Contest for some more exposure.
A few questions, as I am sure others have.
The picture of the combined seasteads shows a flat surface where they connect implying that you can walk across or have a large flattened area when they are combined but the picture of the individual seastead shows it slanted in the front which would create a sort of valley when connected. Does the slanted front help with speed?
What are your estimates on square footage and cost?
I like the inner cove, it would likely set a lot of peoples’ minds at ease for recreation as opposed to jumping into a several kilometers deep ocean. As well as a multitude of other benefits I am sure.
Thank you for sharing.