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I know how a bow works on a ship. But a ship moves in the water. It has a direction, and a keel, and other design features that stabilize the ship when it is in motion. When standing still, a ship is very reactive to waves and not a good living space at all.
How does a ramform help from waves in random directions? Is it designed to always face into the wind? How can you turn a city? Are you going to limit yourself to places where wind and waves come from only one direction? Are there such places?
For wind and waves from various directions, for a sitting platform, the most stable form is a circle, or something that approximates a circle (Octogon, hexagon, square). A triangle is the least stable form in the waves, except for perhaps a long skinny shape which reacts badly to waves on the short side.
Ramforms are ugly. You waste 66% of your outer perimeter denying the view, windows, balconies and such. You limit your view to only 33% of the structure.
Imagine a resort hotel in Puerto Vallarta with 60% of it's windows covered in concrete. And a resort next to it, with windows that face all sides. Which one would you stay at?