My remarks are almost entirely negative on the crescent design.
- It's ugly
- It's impractical
- It gives no benefit for living spaces over other "house like" designs. I.e. it gives no greater strength, space utilization, wind capability.
There is simply no reasoning behind this choice of design. Except maybe: It looks odd, seasteading is odd, they go together.
A ramform is a ship design. A ship is a structure designed to move. It's shape is dictated by the desire to be propelled efficiently through the water.
A seastead is a community of people living at sea. It is not designed to move with any particular speed. So any flow dynamics with regard to movement are completely wasted in a stationary object. If you ever try to float a crescent shape, you find that floating characteristics are really strange. It's hard to balance the floatation on the points with the center portion. Most of the time you will tilt up or down with reference to the points. Any advantage to the "prow" with regard to prevailing waves are undone by the waves acting on the "stern" of the structure. One medium size wave from the back is going to smash out all those nice tall windows (which give no privacy). it's just overall a dumb design.
If you want to live on a ship then buy a condo in MS-The World and move in! It already exists.
This forum is for floating cities, not ugly boats.