It is part of the clock-tower wing of the royal residence, designed by Sir christopher wren in the 17th century.
It had been previously burnt, and rebuilt 1671 by Sir christopher wren at a cost of 200,000.
Sir christopher wren built a house for himself in this street.
The earlier throne, which the present one replaced, was designed by Sir christopher wren.
Sir christopher wren said that as he wrote not well so he wrote not ill.
He cleared away the ruins, and upon the site built a mansion, the design of which some ascribe to Sir christopher wren.
It was built according to the designs of Sir christopher wren.
The survey of the cathedral by Sir christopher wren was undertaken by his request and at his own cost.
The present church was completed from the designs of Sir christopher wren in 1686.
The cathedral was afterwards rebuilt by christopher wren, and the work of restoration is at present going on.
Old English wrenna, metathesis variation of earlier werna, a West Germanic word of uncertain origin. Cf. Icelandic rindill, Old High German wrendo, wrendilo "wren." The bird's name in other languages usually denotes "royalty" (cf. Latin regulus), in reference to its golden crest.