Haeundae Doosan We’ve the Zenith is a complex of three residential towers which were completed in 2011. With 80 floors and a height of 301m, Tower A is the 8th tallest residential building in the world, and has been officially announced as the second tallest building in Korea, according to the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. The Haeundae Doosan We’ve the Zenith consists of three residential buildings, a 70, 75 and 80 story building each, with 1,788 households in total and one office building on its 42,500 square metres (457,000 sq ft) site. The total construction work took 48 months from November 2007 to November 2011. The curves from the waves of the Haeundae beach, and Mt. Jang contribute to the design of this particular complex, and it is inspired by the shape of flower petals as well. The curved shape of the exterior allows residents to enjoy the spectacular views of Haeundae beach, Nurimaru and Gwangan Bridge at a glance with the maximized size of the windows. De Stefano & Partners, a world-renowned specialist design firm in a field of high rise architecture, is credited for the architecture of Doosan We’ve the Zenith; Jerde Partnership International designed the commercial building; and the SWA Group, which conducted the landscaping of the U.S. Disney World, carried out landscaping work of Haeundae Doosan We’ve the Zenith.