Sansiri corporation was founded on a simple concept: “Constructing life, not just buildings”. To achieve this goal we recognise that design and detail are both vital to achieving a good quality of life. Integral to our DNA, this thinking is what drives our growth and since we launched the company in 1988, it remains central to our philosophy.

Sansiri’s inaugural project, “Bann Kai Muk” at Hua Hin, signalled our commitment to enhanced living and immediately set us apart from competing property developers. The project employed key architects and artisans to produce one of the first truly modern buildings on the Thai resort coast. The result is a distinctive building, clad in bespoke mustard yellow tiles, that remains an icon of style and quality nearly thirty years after opening. It is through attention to detail and the creation of ‘enhanced living’ space that today bring Sansiri full circle.


As with Baan Kai Muk, no expense is being spared during the design and construction of 98 Wireless, our latest flagship condominium. Wireless Road is a prestigious tree-lined boulevard situated in the heart of the city. Lumpini Park and the shopping district of Ploenchit are both adjacent to the street with extensive and varied transport access all within walking distance.

The development will challenge accepted norms and raise expectations over what is possible in the luxury residential sector. The building is imagined in a timeless classic style with quality and craftsmanship that is second to none. The architectural design counters the functionality of steel and glass modernism towards the warmth and promise of a considered and well-made environment. Thus, it suffices to say that, at 98 Wireless, the best comes as standard.


Meticulously designed and detailed, with only the finest materials gracing every interior and exterior surface, 98 Wireless draws inspiration from classical European-influenced Beaux-Arts style.

Sansiri chose to assemble a world-class design team for 98 Wireless. Names which include international architectural firm DWP (Design Worldwide Partnership), Bangkok-based landscape architectural studio T.R.O.P. (Terrain + Open Space), and New York-based Anne Carson Interiors. The grand reception areas and three levels of exclusive amenities are designed by Anne Carson Interiors and styled exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home, as are a few of the model residences.


The property’s artisanal approach to luxury is evidenced by precisely crafted interiors shaped by some of the world’s best artisans. Though tailored to the culture and context of contemporary Bangkok, 98 Wireless embraces architectural integrity and traditional craftsmanship of the highest level.


As timeless elegance governs the concept and design philosophy, craftsmanship has become a mantra behind each and every construction process of 98 Wireless. The place is crafted and the meticulous craftsmanship put into the project is reflected very much earlier on in the process of materials sourcing.

Marble and limestone form the solid element that defines the timeless elegance both for the interiors and the facade of the building. A selection of the world’s most coveted types of marble is used extensively, totalling an area of over 28,000 square meters, worth over 300 million baht and requiring the design team to fly over to the Italian mountains in order to select the size, quality and pattern of every single marble stone.


Among the amenities exclusive to residents of 98 Wireless are the unprecedented levels of service and hospitality including dedicated butler service, a chauffeured Bentley, valet parking, and the first on-site Quintessentially concierge in Thailand.