JP5758607B2 - Handrail wall and construction method of handrail wall - Google Patents

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JP5758607B2
JP5758607B2 JP2010226197A JP2010226197A JP5758607B2 JP 5758607 B2 JP5758607 B2 JP 5758607B2 JP 2010226197 A JP2010226197 A JP 2010226197A JP 2010226197 A JP2010226197 A JP 2010226197A JP 5758607 B2 JP5758607 B2 JP 5758607B2
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  The present invention relates to a handrail wall erected on an opening side edge of a floor in a building and a construction method thereof.
  On the upper floor of a multi-storey building, for example, when a staircase is installed between the upper and lower floors, or a continuous atrium space is formed from the lower floor to the upper ceiling, the lower floor An opening that communicates the space and the upper floor space is formed. A handrail wall is erected on the opening side edge of the opening formed on the upper floor in this way (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
JP 2000-303650 A
By the way, the handrail wall erected on the opening side edge of the upper floor enters the line of sight from the stairs and lower floor space, so that people in the stairs and lower floor space block the view to the upper floor. And may feel oppressive. Therefore, there is a demand for adopting a handrail wall in which a transparent plate material such as glass is incorporated in order to reduce such a feeling of pressure to the downstairs.
In addition, when installing a handrail wall in which a transparent plate material such as glass is reliably installed in a building, for example, adopting a structure that can reliably support the transparent plate material, improving the integrity of the transparent plate material and the surrounding wall, Improvement of ease of construction is also desired.
  An object of the present invention is to provide a handrail wall and a method for constructing a handrail wall that can be reliably installed in a building and can reduce a feeling of pressure downstairs.
In the handrail wall 10 (20) erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building, for example, as shown in FIGS.
A transparent wall 11 formed by vertically arranging transparent plates 11a, 11a such as glass;
Two wall portions 12 and 13 (23) which are disposed adjacent to both ends in the width direction of the transparent wall portion 11 and at least one of which is set to a height substantially equal to the transparent wall portion 11;
The upper end of the transparent wall 11 and the upper end of the at least one wall 12 (13, 23) are covered so as to cover the upper end of the transparent wall 11 and at least one of the walls 12 (13, 23). A cap member 14 (24) provided as
Both ends in the length direction are fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 13 (23), respectively, and the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are held, and the reinforcement serving as an attachment base of the head member 14 (24). Frame 15 (25),
At least one end portion in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) is at least one wall portion 12 set to a height substantially equal to the transparent wall portion 11 of the two wall portions 12 and 13 (23). (23) is extended to the side, and the extended portion 15a (25a, 25b) is placed and fixed on the upper surface 12a (23a) of the at least one wall portion 12 (23) ,
The reinforcing frame 15 (25) extends in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) and opens downward, and a groove 15b into which the upper ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are inserted,
The groove portion 15b includes a cover member 15c that closes the groove portion 15b and fixes the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a in a state where the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are inserted into the groove portion 15b. To do.
According to the invention described in claim 1, the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a such as glass are arranged vertically as the handrail wall 10 (20) standing on the opening side edge 1 a of the floor 1 in the building. Since the thing provided with the transparent wall part 11 which becomes can be employ | adopted, the line of sight to an upper floor can be prevented from being interrupted, and the feeling of oppression to the person who is downstairs can be reduced reliably.
Moreover, since the upper end part of the said transparent board | plate materials 11a and 11a can be hold | maintained by the said reinforcement frame 15 (25), the said transparent board | plate materials 11a and 11a can be supported reliably. Moreover, since the upper end part of the adjacent said transparent wall part 11 and the upper end part of said at least one wall part 12 (13 * 23) can be covered uniformly by the said cap member 14 (24), this cap member 14 According to (24), the transparent wall portion 11 and the at least one wall portion 12 (13, 23) can be visually recognized as an integral wall. Further, the transparent wall portion 11 and the two wall portions 12, 13 (23) are disposed adjacent to each other, the reinforcing frame 15 (25) is fixed to the two wall portions 12, 13 (23), and By providing the head member 14 (24) to the reinforcing frame 15 (25) and extending over the upper end of the transparent wall 11 and the upper end of the at least one wall 12 (13, 23). Since the handrail wall 10 (20) can be formed, construction can be easily performed without using, for example, a support for supporting the transparent plate members 11a and 11a and a complicated mechanism. Thereby, the handrail wall 10 (20) in which the transparent plates 11a, 11a such as glass are incorporated can be reliably installed in the building.
Further, at least the extension portion 15a (25a, 25b) at one end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) is securely fixed to the upper surface 12a (23a) of the at least one wall portion 12 (23). Therefore, the mounting state of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) can be ensured. Thereby, the mounting state of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a held by the reinforcing frame 15 (25) and the head member 14 (24) having the reinforcing frame 15 (25) as the mounting base can be improved.
Furthermore, since the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are inserted into the groove portions 15b and the groove portions 15b are closed by the cover member 15c in this state, the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a can be fixed. The upper end portions of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a can be reliably held by the cover material 15c.
The invention according to claim 2 is, for example, as shown in FIGS. 1 to 7, in the handrail wall 10 according to claim 1,
Receiving the longitudinal direction other end portion of the front Kiho strong frame 15, the other transparent wall portion 11 side of the wall portion 13 of said two wall portions 12 and 13, attached to the transparent Akirakabe portion 11 side It is fixed through a material 16.
According to the invention described in claim 2, the length direction end portion of the front SL reinforcing frame 15, the other transparent wall portion 11 side of the wall portion 13 of said two wall portions 12 and 13, the Since it is fixed via the receiving member 16 attached to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11, even if the other wall portion 13 is a wall having a height higher than that of the transparent wall portion 11, the reinforcing frame 15. Can be securely fixed to the other wall portion 13.
The invention according to claim 3 is, for example, as shown in FIG.
Wherein both longitudinal ends of the reinforcing frame 25, characterized in rolled out Tei Rukoto the two walls 12 and 23 and the one set in the substantially same height as that of the transparent wall portion 11.
  According to the invention described in claim 3, the extending portions 25 a and 25 b at both ends in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 25 are securely fixed to the upper surfaces 12 a and 23 a of the two wall portions 12 and 23, respectively. Therefore, the mounting state of the reinforcing frame 25 can be made sure and strong. Thereby, the mounting state of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a held by the reinforcing frame 25 and the head member 24 using the reinforcing frame 25 as the mounting base can be improved.
In the handrail wall 10 (20) according to any one of claims 1 to 3, for example, as shown in FIGS.
The length of the extended portions 15a (25a, 25b) of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) is the length of the upper surfaces 12a, 23a of the wall portions 12, 23 on which the extended portions 15a (25a, 25b) are placed and fixed. The upper surface 12a, 23a of the wall portion 12, 23 is set to a portion where the extension portion 15a (25a, 25b) is not placed and fixed together with the reinforcing frame 15 (25). The base material 17 used as the mounting base of the head member 14 (24) is provided.
  According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, since the head member 14 (24) can be attached to the reinforcement frame 15 (25) and the base material 17, only the reinforcement frame 15 (25) is attached to the attachment base. As compared with the case, the mounting state of the head member 14 (24) can be further improved.
The invention according to claim 5, for example, as shown in FIGS. 1-8, the handrail wall 10 (20) according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
The upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are formed in the groove portion 15b more than the surface of the reinforcing frame 15 (25) that is placed and fixed on the upper surface (12a and 23a) of the at least one wall portion 12 (23). It is characterized by protruding inward.
The invention according to claim 6, for example, as shown in FIGS. 1-8, the handrail wall 10 (20) according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
The reinforcing frame 15 (25) constitutes one side edge of the groove 15b, and receives the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a inserted into the groove 15b when the transparent plates 11a and 11a are attached. A plate receiving part 15d,
The plate material receiving portion 15d is provided with a cushion material 15e to which one side surface of the upper end portion of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a abuts.
According to the invention described in claim 6 , when the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are attached, the upper end of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a can be received by the plate member receiving portion 15d via the cushion member 15e. When the transparent plates 11a and 11a are inserted into the grooves 15b, or when the transparent plates 11a and 11a are held by the cover member 15c, the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a can be prevented from being damaged.
The invention according to claim 7 is, for example, as shown in FIGS. 1 to 8, the handrail wall 10 (20) according to any one of claims 1 to 6 , and the opening side edge of the floor 1 in the building. It is a construction method of the handrail wall 10 (20) erected on the part 1a,
The reinforcing frame 15 (25) is fixed between the two wall portions 12, 13 (23) erected on the floor 1 in advance,
The transparent wall 11 is formed by arranging the transparent plates 11a, 11a vertically between the two walls 12, 13 (23) so that the upper end is held by the reinforcing frame 15 (25). And
The headboard member 14 (24) is provided over the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion 12 (13, 23) so as to be attached to the reinforcing frame 15 (25). It is characterized by.
According to invention of Claim 7 , the said transparent wall part 11 and the two wall parts 12, 13 (23) are arrange | positioned adjacently, and the said reinforcement frame is set to the said two wall parts 12, 13 (23). 15 (25) is fixed, and the head member 14 (24) is attached to the reinforcing frame 15 (25) so that the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and the at least one wall portion 12 (13, 23) are fixed. ), It is possible to form the handrail wall 10 (20), so that the construction can be easily performed without using a support or a complicated mechanism for supporting the transparent plate members 11a and 11a, for example. Can do.
Moreover, since the handrail wall 10 (20) constructed in this way can be erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building, it is possible to prevent the line of sight to the upper floor from being obstructed, The feeling of pressure on people downstairs can be reduced with certainty. Moreover, since the upper end part of the said transparent board | plate materials 11a and 11a can be hold | maintained by the said reinforcement frame 15 (25), the said transparent board | plate materials 11a and 11a can be supported reliably. Moreover, since the upper end part of the adjacent said transparent wall part 11 and the upper end part of said at least one wall part 12 (13 * 23) can be covered uniformly by the said cap member 14 (24), this cap member 14 According to (24), the transparent wall portion 11 and the at least one wall portion 12 (13, 23) can be visually recognized as an integral wall.
According to the present invention, as the handrail wall erected on the opening side edge of the floor in the building, it is possible to employ a wall with a transparent wall formed by vertically arranging a transparent plate material such as glass. , It is possible to prevent the line of sight to the upper floor from being obstructed, and to surely reduce the feeling of pressure on people who are downstairs.
Moreover, since the upper end part of a transparent board | plate material can be hold | maintained with a reinforcement frame, a transparent board | plate material can be supported reliably. Moreover, since the upper end portion of the adjacent transparent wall portion and the upper end portion of at least one of the wall portions can be uniformly covered by the cap member, the transparent wall portion and at least one of the wall portions can be integrated with each other by the cap member. It can be visually recognized as a wall. Further, the transparent wall and the two wall portions are arranged adjacent to each other, the reinforcing frame is fixed to the two wall portions, and the headboard member is attached to the reinforcing frame, so that at least one of the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion and Since the handrail wall can be formed by being provided over the upper end portion of the wall portion, for example, the construction can be easily performed without using a support or a complicated mechanism for supporting the transparent plate material. Thereby, the handrail wall in which a transparent plate material such as glass is incorporated can be reliably installed in the building.
It is a front view which shows an example of the handrail wall which concerns on this invention. It is an AA expanded sectional view of the handrail wall shown in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows an example of the construction procedure of the handrail wall which concerns on this invention. It is a perspective view which shows an example of a construction procedure same as the above. It is a perspective view which shows an example of a construction procedure same as the above. It is a perspective view which shows an example of a construction procedure same as the above. It is a front view which shows another example of the handrail wall which concerns on this invention. It is a front view which shows another example of the handrail wall which concerns on this invention. It is a front view which shows another example of the handrail wall which concerns on this invention.
  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.
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FIG. 1 is a front view showing an example of a handrail wall according to the present embodiment.
In FIG. 1, the code | symbol 1 shows the floor by which the flooring 1b was laid on the upper surface. The floor 1 indicates the upper floor of a building such as a house having a plurality of floors. As shown in FIGS. 3 to 6, a staircase 3 is installed between the floor 1 and a lower floor (not shown) so as to be able to go between the upper and lower floors.
The floor 1 is formed with an opening 2 that communicates the lower-floor space and the upper-floor space, and it is possible to move from the stairs 3 onto the floor 1 through the opening 2. . A handrail wall 10 that divides the upper floor space and the stairs 3 is erected on the opening side edge 1 a of the floor 1.
  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 6, the handrail wall 10 of the present embodiment includes a transparent wall portion 11 in which transparent plate materials 11 a and 11 a such as glass are vertically arranged, and both ends in the width direction of the transparent wall portion 11. Of the transparent wall portion 11 and the one wall portion 12 over the two wall portions 12 and 13 disposed adjacent to each other, the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the one wall portion 12. The head member 14 provided so as to cover the upper end, and both end portions in the length direction are fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 13, respectively, and the upper end of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are held. A reinforcing frame 15 is provided as a mounting base for the member 14.
The transparent wall portion 11 is formed by vertically standing the above-described transparent plate materials 11a and 11a. In the present embodiment, two transparent plate materials provided between the wall portion 12 and the wall portion 13 are used. 11a, 11a.
These transparent plates 11a and 11a are formed in a rectangular shape as shown in FIG.
These two transparent plate members 11a and 11a are arranged so as to form a gap between adjacent side end portions. This makes it easier to prevent cracks, breakage, and the like when the building frame is deformed due to an earthquake or the like, for example, in comparison with the case of using a single transparent plate having a size comparable to the two transparent plates 11a and 11a. ing.
In addition, a gap is also formed between the transparent plate members 11a and 11a and the wall portions 12 and 13, and, as with the gap between the two transparent plate members 11a and 11a, breakage at the time of deformation of the building frame, etc. It is easy to prevent.
In addition, although the glass is employ | adopted as the transparent board | plate material 11a of this Embodiment, it is not restricted to this, You may employ | adopt what shape | molded transparent resin in plate shape.
The wall portion 12 is a rectangular wall panel, and is set to a height substantially equal to the transparent wall portion 11. In addition, the wall portion 12 is arranged so that only one side surface of the four side surfaces is adjacent to another one. That is, the transparent wall portion 11 is arranged on the one side surface side, and no wall or the like is arranged on the other three side surface sides.
Further, as shown in FIGS. 3 to 6, the side surface of the staircase 3 of the wall portion 12 is continuous with the partition wall 4 that forms the opening side edge portion 1 a and partitions the staircase 3 and the lower floor space. That is, the side surface of the staircase 3 of the wall portion 12 and the side surface of the staircase 3 of the partition wall 4 can be seen on the same plane continuous in the upper and lower floor directions.
Further, the wall 12 side end portion of the reinforcing frame 15 is placed on the upper surface 12 a of the wall portion 12.
Moreover, a base board 12b is attached to the lower end portion of the side surface of the opening portion 2 of the wall portion 12 and the lower end portion of the side surface opposite to the side surface of the opening portion 2, respectively.
Further, a side finishing material 14 a whose upper end is connected to the wall 12 side end of the head member 14 is attached to the side of the wall 12 opposite to the side of the transparent wall 11. The side finishing material 14a can make up the side of the wall 12 opposite to the side of the transparent wall 11 as a decorative material continuous with the head member 14.
The wall panel constituting the wall portion 12 is not shown, but the vertical and horizontal frame members are assembled in a rectangular shape, and auxiliary frames are assembled in the rectangular frame vertically and horizontally to form a frame. The face material is pasted on both sides of the frame, and has a hollow structure inside. Furthermore, a heat insulating material such as glass wool or rock wool is usually loaded into the hollow interior portion.
Further, in the present embodiment, it is assumed that not only the wall portion 12 but also the building frame itself is constructed using such a building panel.
As shown in FIGS. 1 and 3 to 6, the wall portion 13 points to an upper floor wall that is erected on the floor 1 and is employed as a component of a building frame. Therefore, the height of the wall portion 13 is set to be higher than that of the wall portion 12.
The wall 12 is arranged such that the side of the transparent wall 11 faces the side of the transparent wall 11 of the wall 13.
As shown in FIGS. 1 to 6, the headboard member 14 is set to have a length extending from the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 to the upper end portion of the one wall portion 12. Then, the length from the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 13 to the side surface opposite to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 12 is set.
In addition, the head member 14 is formed in a substantially concave shape in cross section so that both end portions in the length direction are externally fitted to the reinforcing frame 15 fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 13, respectively. The transparent wall portion 11 and the one wall portion 12 are provided so as to cover the upper end portions thereof.
The head member 14 is fixed to the reinforcing frame 15 with a fastening material such as a screw or an adhesive.
  Further, on both side surfaces of the recessed portion of the cap member 14, that is, on both sides of the inner peripheral surface of the cap member 14, friction portions 14 b and 14 b having concave and convex sections are formed. Therefore, when the head member 14 is attached to the reinforcing frame 15, the friction portions 14b and 14b abut against both side surfaces of the reinforcing frame 15, and the friction force can be surely exhibited. That is, it is possible to prevent the head member 14 from being detached from the reinforcing frame 15 and improve the fixing state of the head member 14 to the reinforcing frame 15.
The side finishing material 14a has a cross-sectional shape similar to that of the head member 14 and is externally fitted to a side end portion of the wall portion 13 opposite to the transparent wall portion 11 side.
Further, as the cap member 14 and the side finishing material 14a, for example, long wood-like molded products obtained by mixing and extruding cellulose fine particles and resin are employed.
The reinforcing frame 15 retains the posture of the vertically erected transparent plates 11 a and 11 a and reinforces the head member 14. A metal such as aluminum is used as the length of the upper end of the transparent wall 11. Extruded so as to be elongated along the length.
Further, as shown in FIG. 2, the reinforcing frame 15 includes an upper surface plate 150, side plates 151, 151 provided downward from both side end portions of the upper surface plate 150, and lower ends of the side plates 151, 151. A bottom plate 152, 152 provided horizontally from the inside to the bottom, and a plate receiving portion 15d which is integrally attached to the bottom surface of one bottom plate 152 and receives one side of the upper end of the transparent plate 11a, 11a. And a plate material receiving plate 153.
As shown in FIG. 2, the width dimension of the upper surface plate 150 is set to be slightly shorter than the width dimension of the recess of the head member 14.
The side plates 151 and 151 are in contact with friction portions 14 b and 14 b formed on both side surfaces of the recessed portion of the head member 14.
The bottom plates 152 and 152 are set to a length that does not reach the center of the reinforcing frame 15 from the lower end portions of the side plates 151 and 151 in the cross-sectional view of FIG.
The plate material receiving plate 153 is formed in a substantially L shape in cross-section, and a horizontal plate portion that is attached to the lower surface of the one lower surface plate 152, and a vertically upward from an end portion of the horizontal plate portion on the transparent plate material 11a side. It comprises a plate material receiving portion 15d that rises.
And between this board | plate material receiving part 15d and the transparent board | plate material 11a side edge part of said other lower surface board 152, it extends in the length direction of the said reinforcement frame 15, and it opens toward the downward | lower direction, The said transparent The groove part 15b in which the upper end part of the board | plate materials 11a and 11a is inserted is formed. The plate material receiving portion 15d is located near the center of the reinforcing frame 15 in FIG.
That is, the plate material receiving portion 15d constitutes one side edge portion of the groove portion 15b, and the upper end portions of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a inserted into the groove portion 15b when the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a are attached. You can catch it.
A cushion material 15e with which one side surface of the upper end portion of the transparent plate material 11a, 11a abuts is attached in advance to the plate material receiving portion 15d.
The reinforcing frame 15 includes a cover material 15c that closes the groove 15b and fixes the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a in a state where the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a are inserted into the grooves 15b. ing.
The cover material 15c is a plate-like body formed in a rectangular shape, and is fixed to the other lower surface plate 152 by a fastening material such as a screw 15h. Further, a slight gap is formed between the end portion of the cover member 15c on the transparent plate member 11 side and the other side surface of the upper end portion of the transparent plate member 11, and the transparent plate member 11a, A fixing material 15f for fixing the 11a to the cushion material 15e side is inserted.
And in this Embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 1-6, the longitudinal direction one end part of the said reinforcement frame 15 is substantially equal to the said transparent wall part 11 of the said two wall parts 12 and 13. As shown in FIG. It extends to the one wall portion 12 side that is set, and this extended portion 15 a is placed and fixed on the upper surface 12 a of the one wall portion 12. The extension portion 15a is fixed by a fastening material such as a screw 15g.
Further, the other longitudinal end of the reinforcing frame 15 is attached to the side of the transparent wall 11 of the other wall 13 of the two walls 12 and 13 and attached to the side of the transparent wall 11. It is fixed via a material 16.
The length of the extended portion 15a of the reinforcing frame 15 is set shorter than the length of the upper surface 12a of the one wall portion 12 on which the extended portion 15a is placed and fixed.
Further, the portion of the upper surface 12a of the wall portion 12 where the extended portion 15a is not mounted and fixed serves as an attachment base for the head member 14 together with the reinforcing frame 15, as shown in FIGS. A base material 17 is provided.
The base material 17 is set so that the width and thickness dimensions thereof are substantially equal to the width and thickness dimensions of the reinforcing frame 15. The length dimension is set such that the length dimension of the reinforcing frame 15 is longer than the base material 17 in the present embodiment.
In addition, although the base material 17 of this Embodiment is comprised by the rectangular plate-shaped wood, it is not restricted to this.
The upper surface plate 150, the side surface plates 151, 151, and the lower surface plates 152, 152 are the length of the extended portion 15a, the plate material receiving plate 153 (plate material receiving portion 15d), and the cushion material 15e. And the length is set longer than the cover material 15c and the fixing material 15f.
That is, the plate material receiving plate 153 (plate material receiving portion 15 d), the cushion material 15 e, the cover material 15 c, and the fixing material 15 f are the transparent wall portion 11 side surface of the wall portion 12 and the transparent wall portion of the wall portion 13. It is set to be approximately equal to the length between the 11 side surfaces. Therefore, of the extended portion 15a of the reinforcing frame 15 placed and fixed on the upper surface 12a of the one wall portion 12, the lower surface plate is actually placed on the upper surface 12a of the one wall portion 12. 152, 152.
As shown in FIG. 2, the receiving member 16 is formed in a substantially concave shape in cross section, and is arranged so that the opening portion faces downward.
In addition, the receiving member 16 has a fixed plate portion 16 a that is provided at the end portion on the wall portion 13 side and is fixed to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 13. The fixed plate portion 16a is fixed to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 13 by a fastening material such as screws 16b and 16b. In order to firmly fix the receiving member 16, a high-strength wall base material that can withstand screwing of the screws 16 b is used for the wall portion 13. For example, a gypsum board is not used, but a high strength material such as a structural plywood is used.
Further, the other end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 is fixed to the receiving member 16 by a fastening material such as screws 16c and 16c. In this way, the other end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 can be fixed to the side surface of the transparent wall 11 of the other wall 13 via the receiving member 16.
Further, the upper surface of the receiving member 16 is positioned at substantially the same height as the lower surface of the upper surface plate 150 of the reinforcing frame 15, and the lower surface of the receiving member 16 is connected to the lower surfaces of the lower surface plates 152, 152 of the reinforcing frame 15. It is located at approximately the same height. Further, both side surfaces of the receiving member 16 are located inside the positions of the end surfaces of the lower surface plates 152, 152 of the reinforcing frame 15 on the transparent plate material 11a side. That is, the receiving material 16 is set to a size that can be accommodated inside the reinforcing frame 15.
Further, the receiving material 16 is shielded by the plate material receiving plate 153 and the cover material 15c.
The lower ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are held on the upper surface of the floor 1 by a lower frame member 18 attached between the two wall portions 12 and 13.
That is, the lower frame member 18 is formed in an elongated shape along the length direction of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a, and is fixed to the upper surface of the floor 1 by a fastening material such as a screw 18b and spaced from each other. And a pair of finishing materials 18e attached to the base materials 18a and 18a so as to cover the pair of base materials 18a and 18a and spaced apart from each other. , 18e, a groove portion 18c formed between the pair of base materials 18a, 18a and between the pair of finishing materials 18e, 18e, and a cushion material 18d provided on the bottom surface of the groove portion 18c.
In the present embodiment, the finishing materials 18e, 18e include an upper surface plate portion that covers the upper surfaces of the underlying materials 18a, 18a and a side surface plate portion that covers the side surfaces of the underlying materials 18a, 18a. Each is formed in a substantially L shape in cross-sectional view. Of these finishing materials 18e, 18e, the lower end portion of the side plate portion of the finishing material 18e provided on the floor 1 side of the upper floor is formed to be short corresponding to the thickness of the floor material 1b.
However, the finishing materials 18e and 18e and thus the lower frame member 18 are not limited to the above-described forms, and can be appropriately changed without departing from the purpose of holding the lower ends of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a. It is.
Next, the construction method of the handrail wall 10 as described above will be described.
In addition, this handrail wall 10 is constructed after the construction of the building frame is completed. Therefore, the floor 1 is laid in advance so as to form the opening 2, the wall 13 is erected on the floor 1, and the floor material 1 b is laid on the upper surface of the floor 1. . Further, a staircase 3 is installed between the upper floor 1 and the lower floor, and a partition wall 4 is erected on the lower floor to partition the staircase 3 and the lower floor space.
Furthermore, as shown in FIG. 3, the wall portion 12 is erected along the opening side edge portion 1 a of the floor 1. At this time, the wall portion 12 faces the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 13 and the side surface of the staircase 3 is continuous with the side surface of the staircase 3 of the partition wall 4.
And the surface of the said wall parts 12 and 13 is in the state by which wallpaper etc. were stuck and finished.
The process until the state as described above is set as a preparation process before the handrail wall 10 is constructed.
When this preparation process is completed, first, of the pair of base materials 18a, 18a of the lower frame member 18, the base material 18a on the opening 2 side (the right side in FIG. 2) is placed on the top surface of the floor 1. Screws are fixed between the two wall portions 12 and 13. Further, the finishing material 18e is attached to the base material 18a on the opening 2 side by screw fixing or adhesion. Further, the cushion material 18d is attached on the floor 1 along the side surface of the base material 18a on the opening 2 side opposite to the opening 2 side.
Subsequently, the receiving material 16 is fixed to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portion 13 by a fastening material such as a screw 16b.
Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 3, the reinforcing frame 15 is fixed between the two wall portions 12 and 13.
That is, the extending portion 15a at one end portion in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 is placed and fixed on the upper surface 12a of the wall portion 12, and the other end portion in the length direction is placed on the wall via the receiving member 16. It fixes to the transparent wall part 11 side surface of the part 13. FIG.
More specifically, first, the other end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 is extrapolated with respect to the receiving member 16 protruding from the side surface of the transparent wall 11 of the wall 13, The extending portion 15 a is placed on the upper surface 12 a of the wall portion 12. Subsequently, the extension portion 15a is fixed to the upper surface 12a by a fixing material such as a screw 15g, and the reinforcing frame 15 is fixed to the receiving material 16 by a fixing material such as a screw 16c.
And the base material 17 is provided in the part to which the said extension part 15a is not mounted and fixed among the upper surfaces 12a of the said wall part 12. As shown in FIG. The fixing method of the base material 17 is performed using a fastening material such as a screw or an adhesive.
Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 4, the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a are vertically arranged between the two wall portions 12 and 13 to form the transparent wall portion 11.
That is, first, the upper ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are inserted into the grooves 15b of the reinforcing frame 15, and the lower ends are moved toward the base material 18a on the opening 2 side of the lower frame member 18 while the cushion material is being used. Place on 18d. Then, the plate material receiving portion 15d is brought into contact with the plate material receiving portion 15d to stand vertically.
With the transparent plates 11a and 11a standing vertically in this way, the other base material 18a (the left side in FIG. 2) that is not on the opening 2 side of the pair of base materials 18a and 18a of the lower frame member 18 is placed. The screws are fixed to the upper surface of the floor 1 between the two wall portions 12 and 13.
Further, the finishing material 18e is attached to the other base material 18a by screw fixing or adhesion. At this time, the finishing material 18e is attached so that the lower end portion of the side plate portion of the finishing material 18e contacts the floor material 1b.
Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 5, the cover frame 15c is fixed to the reinforcing frame 15 with a fastening material such as a screw 15h in a state where the upper ends of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a are in contact with the plate material receiving portion 15d. The lower surface plate 152 is fixed.
Further, the fixing member 15f is inserted into a gap between the end of the cover member 15c on the transparent plate 11 side and the other side of the upper end of the transparent plate 11, and the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a are inserted. Secure firmly.
Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 6, the top member of the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion 12 are attached so that the head member 14 is attached to the reinforcing frame 15 and the base material 17. Provide over.
The side finishing material 14a is also attached to the side end of the wall 12 opposite to the end of the transparent wall 11 side.
Further, the baseboard 12b is attached to the lower end portion of the side surface of the opening portion 2 of the wall portion 12 and the lower end portion of the side surface opposite to the side surface of the opening portion 2, respectively.
As described above, the handrail wall 10 can be erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building.
According to the present embodiment, as the handrail wall 10 erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building, the transparent wall 11 formed by vertically arranging the transparent plates 11a, 11a such as glass is provided. Since what is provided can be adopted, it is possible to prevent the line of sight to the upper floor from being obstructed, and it is possible to reliably reduce the feeling of pressure on the people on the lower floor.
Further, since the upper ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a can be held by the reinforcing frame 15, the transparent plate members 11a and 11a can be reliably supported. Moreover, since the upper end portion of the adjacent transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion 12 can be covered by the cap member 14, the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion 12 can be covered by the cap member 14. At least one of the wall portions 12 can be visually recognized as an integral wall. Further, the transparent wall portion 11 and the two wall portions 12 and 13 are disposed adjacent to each other, the reinforcing frame 15 is fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 13, and the head member 14 is attached to the reinforcing frame 15. Since the handrail wall 10 can be formed by being provided over the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion 12, for example, the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a are supported. Therefore, the construction can be easily performed without using a support column or a complicated mechanism. Thereby, the handrail wall 10 in which the transparent plates 11a, 11a such as glass are incorporated can be reliably installed in the building.
In addition, since the extending portion 15a at one end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 can be securely fixed to the upper surface 12a of the one wall portion 12, the mounting state of the reinforcing frame 15 is ensured. can do. Thereby, the mounting state of the transparent plate members 11a, 11a held by the reinforcing frame 15 and the head member 14 using the reinforcing frame 15 as the mounting base can be improved.
The other end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 15 is attached to the side of the transparent wall 11 of the other wall 13 of the two walls 12 and 13 and attached to the side of the transparent wall 11. Since the other wall portion 13 is a wall having a height higher than that of the transparent wall portion 11, the reinforcing frame 15 is securely attached to the other wall portion 13 because the other wall portion 13 is fixed through the material 16. Can be fixed.
  Further, since the cap member 14 can be attached to the reinforcing frame 15 and the base material 17, the mounting state of the cap member 14 is further improved as compared with the case where only the reinforcing frame 15 is used as the mounting base. Can be made.
  In addition, since the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are inserted into the groove portions 15b and the groove portions 15b are closed by the cover member 15c in this state, the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a can be fixed. The upper end portions of the transparent plate materials 11a and 11a can be reliably held by the cover material 15c.
  In addition, when the transparent plates 11a and 11a are attached, the upper ends of the transparent plates 11a and 11a can be received by the plate material receiving portion 15d via the cushion material 15e, so that the grooves 15b of the transparent plates 11a and 11a can be received. It is possible to prevent breakage of the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a when inserted or when held by the cover member 15c.
In addition, as shown in FIGS. 1-6, the handrail wall 10 of this Embodiment has employ | adopted the thing in the state which has arrange | positioned the said transparent wall part 11 and the wall part 12 on a straight line. It is not limited.
That is, as shown in FIG. 7, the transparent wall portion 11 and the wall portion 12 may be arranged to be orthogonal to each other, and an L-shaped handrail wall 10A may be employed.
The wall portion 12 of the L-shaped handrail wall 10A is configured so that one of the two side surfaces having a large area among the four side surfaces of the wall portion 12 faces the step 3 side and the other faces the wall portion 13. Has been placed. Further, the transparent wall portion 11 is arranged such that the end portion on the wall portion 12 side is located at the end portion on the opening portion 2 side on the other side surface of the wall portion 12.
Furthermore, the headboard member 14 </ b> A is formed in an L shape so as to be provided across the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and the upper end portion of the wall portion 12 which are orthogonal to each other.
  The opening 2 of the present embodiment is for moving between the upper and lower floors using the stairs 3, but is not limited to this, for example, from the floor on the lower floor to the ceiling on the upper floor It may be for forming a continuous blow-through space.
<Second Embodiment>
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. For convenience of explanation, only components that are different from the above-described first embodiment will be described.
As shown in FIG. 8, the handrail wall 20 of the present embodiment is adjacent to the transparent wall portion 11 in which transparent plate members 11 a, 11 a such as glass are vertically arranged, and both ends in the width direction of the transparent wall portion 11. Two wall portions 12 and 23 set at substantially the same height as the transparent wall portion 11, an upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and an upper end portion of the two wall portions 12 and 23. And the head member 24 provided so as to cover the upper ends of the transparent wall 11 and the two wall portions 12 and 23, and both end portions in the length direction are fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 23, respectively. In addition, a reinforcing frame 25 is provided that holds the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a and serves as a mounting base for the headboard member 24.
  Here, the wall portion 23 is set to have a height substantially equal to the wall portion 12. Although not shown, the wall portion 23 is erected on the opening side edge portion of the floor in the building together with the wall portion 12. In addition, a skirting board 23 b is attached to the wall portion 23.
  Moreover, the said head member 24 is the length from the side edge part opposite to the transparent wall part 11 side edge part of the said wall part 12 to the side edge part opposite to the transparent wall part 11 side edge part of the said wall part 13. Is set to
  The reinforcing frame 25 has both end portions in the length direction extending toward the two wall portions 12 and 23, and the extending portions 25 a and 25 b are the upper surfaces 12 a of the two wall portions 12 and 23. , 23a, respectively.
  Further, in the upper surface 12a, 23a of the two wall portions 12, 23, a portion of the extension portion 25a, 25b to which the extending portion 25a, 25b is not mounted and fixed is a base material that becomes a mounting base for the head member 24 together with the reinforcing frame 25. 17 and 17 are provided.
  For the construction of the handrail wall 20 as described above, first, of the preparation process described in the first embodiment and the pair of base materials 18a, 18a of the lower frame member 18, one base material 18a is A step of fixing screws between the two wall portions 12 and 23 on the upper surface of the floor 1, a step of attaching the finishing material 18e to one of the base materials 18a, and a step of attaching a cushion material 18d to the floor 1; I do.
Subsequently, as shown in FIG. 8, the extending portions 25a and 25b of the reinforcing frame 25 are mounted and fixed on the upper surfaces 12a and 23a of the two wall portions 12 and 23, respectively. Accordingly, the reinforcing frame 25 can be installed between the two wall portions 12 and 23.
Then, base materials 17 and 17 are provided on portions of the upper surfaces 12a and 23a of the two wall portions 12 and 23 where the extending portions 25a and 25b are not placed and fixed.
  Subsequently, the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a are vertically arranged between the two wall portions 12 and 23 to form the transparent wall portion 11. Furthermore, the upper and lower ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are firmly fixed by the other base material 18a of the lower frame member 18, the cover material 15c, and the fixing material 15f.
Subsequently, the head member 14 is provided over the upper end of the transparent wall 11 and the upper ends of the two walls 12 and 23 so as to be attached to the reinforcing frame 25 and the base materials 17 and 17.
The handrail wall 20 can be erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building as described above.
  According to the present embodiment, the extending portions 25a and 25b at both ends in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 25 can be securely fixed to the upper surfaces 12a and 23a of the two wall portions 12 and 23, respectively. The mounting state of the reinforcing frame 25 can be made sure and strong. Thereby, the mounting state of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a held by the reinforcing frame 25 and the head member 24 using the reinforcing frame 25 as the mounting base can be improved.
<Third Embodiment>
Next, a third embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. For convenience of explanation, only components that are different from the above-described first embodiment will be described.
As shown in FIG. 9, the handrail wall 30 of the present embodiment is adjacent to a transparent wall portion 11 in which transparent plate materials 11 a, 11 a such as glass are vertically arranged, and both ends in the width direction of the transparent wall portion 11. Two wall portions 12 and 33 set at substantially the same height as the transparent wall portion 11, an upper end portion of the transparent wall portion 11 and an upper end portion of the two wall portions 12 and 33. And the head member 34 provided so as to cover the upper end portions of the transparent wall portion 11 and the two wall portions 12 and 33, and both end portions in the length direction are fixed to the two wall portions 12 and 33, respectively. In addition, a reinforcing frame 35 is provided which holds the upper end portions of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a and serves as a mounting base for the headboard member 34.
  Here, the wall 33 is set to have a height substantially equal to that of the wall 12. Moreover, although not shown in figure, this wall part 33 is standingly arranged in the opening side edge part of the floor in a building with the said wall part 12. FIG. In addition, a base board 33 b is attached to the wall portion 33.
Further, both end portions in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 35 are formed on the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11 of the two wall portions 12 and 33 set at substantially the same height as the transparent wall portion 11, and on the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11. It is fixed via the attached receiving members 16 and 16.
These receiving members 16 and 16 are arranged and fixed at equal height positions on the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11 of the two wall portions 12 and 33.
Further, the upper surface of the reinforcing frame 35 fixed between the two wall portions 12 and 33 and the upper surface of the two wall portions 12 and 33 are set to be the same height and are flush with each other. .
Moreover, the said head member 34 is the length from the side edge part opposite to the transparent wall part 11 side edge part of the said wall part 12 to the side edge part opposite to the transparent wall part 11 side edge part of the said wall part 13. Is set to
Furthermore, the head member 34 is formed in a substantially concave shape in cross section, and is fitted not only on the reinforcing frame 35 but also on the upper ends of the two wall portions 12 and 33, and a fastening material such as a screw or the like. It is fixed with an adhesive.
For the construction of the handrail wall 30 as described above, first of the preparation step described in the first embodiment and the pair of base materials 18a, 18a of the lower frame member 18, A step of fixing screws between the two wall portions 12 and 33 on the upper surface of the floor 1, a step of attaching the finishing material 18e to one of the base materials 18a, and a step of attaching a cushioning material 18d to the floor 1 I do.
Subsequently, the receiving materials 16 and 16 are fixed to the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11 of the wall portions 12 and 33 by fastening materials such as screws 16b, respectively.
Subsequently, the reinforcing frame 35 is fixed between the two wall portions 12 and 33.
That is, both end portions in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 35 are fixed to the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11 of the two wall portions 12 and 33 via the receiving members 16 and 16. At this time, the plate material receiving plate 153 of the reinforcing frame 35 may be removed so that the reinforcing frame 35 can be easily attached to the receiving materials 16 and 16.
Subsequently, the reinforcing frame 35 is fixed to the receiving members 16 and 16 with a fastening material such as a screw.
  Subsequently, the transparent plate members 11 a and 11 a are vertically arranged between the two wall portions 12 and 33 to form the transparent wall portion 11. Furthermore, the upper and lower ends of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a are firmly fixed by the other base material 18a of the lower frame member 18, the cover material 15c, and the fixing material 15f.
Subsequently, the head member 34 is attached to the upper end portions of the reinforcing frame 35 and the two wall portions 12 and 33.
The handrail wall 20 can be erected on the opening side edge 1a of the floor 1 in the building as described above.
  According to the present embodiment, both end portions in the length direction of the reinforcing frame 35 are attached to the side surfaces of the transparent wall portion 11 of the two wall portions 12 and 33, and the receiving material 16 attached to the side surface of the transparent wall portion 11, Since it can fix via 16, the attachment state of the said reinforcement frame 35 can be made reliable. Thereby, the mounting state of the transparent plate members 11a and 11a held by the reinforcing frame 35 and the headboard member 35 using the reinforcing frame 35 as a mounting base can be improved.
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Floor 1a Opening side edge part 2 Opening part 10 Handrail wall 11 Transparent wall part 11a Transparent board | plate material 12 Wall part 13 Wall part 14 Coping member 15 Reinforcement frame 16 Receiving material 20 Handrail wall 23 Wall part 24 Coping member 25 Reinforcement frame 30 Handrail wall 33 Wall part 34 Head member 35 Reinforcement frame

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  1. In the handrail wall erected on the opening side edge of the floor in the building,
    A transparent wall formed by vertically arranging a transparent plate material such as glass,
    Two wall portions that are disposed adjacent to both ends in the width direction of the transparent wall portion and at least one of which is set to a height substantially equal to the transparent wall portion,
    A cap member provided over the upper end of the transparent wall and the upper end of the at least one wall so as to cover the upper end of the transparent wall and at least one of the walls,
    Both length direction both ends are fixed to the two wall parts, respectively, hold the upper end part of the transparent plate material, provided with a reinforcing frame to be the mounting base of the headboard member,
    At least one end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame extends to at least one wall portion set at a height substantially equal to the transparent wall portion of the two wall portions, and this extending portion is Mounted and fixed on the upper surface of the at least one wall ,
    The reinforcing frame extends in the length direction of the reinforcing frame and opens downward, and a groove portion into which the upper end portion of the transparent plate material is inserted,
    A handrail wall comprising: a cover member that closes the groove portion in a state where the upper end portion of the transparent plate member is inserted into the groove portion and fixes the upper end portion of the transparent plate member .
  2. The handrail wall according to claim 1,
    The other end in the length direction of the reinforcing frame is fixed to the side of the transparent wall of the other of the two walls via a receiving member attached to the side of the transparent wall. Handrail wall characterized by.
  3. The handrail wall according to claim 1,
    A handrail wall characterized in that both ends of the reinforcing frame in the length direction extend to two wall portions set at substantially the same height as the transparent wall portion.
  4. In the handrail wall as described in any one of Claims 1-3,
    The length of the extended portion of the reinforcing frame is set to be shorter than the length of the upper surface of the wall portion on which the extended portion is placed and fixed. Of the upper surface of the wall portion, the extended portion is mounted. A handrail wall characterized in that a base material serving as a base for mounting the cap member is provided together with the reinforcing frame in a portion that is not fixed.
  5. In the handrail wall as described in any one of Claims 1-4 ,
    The handrail wall, wherein an upper end portion of the transparent plate protrudes inside the groove portion from a surface of the reinforcing frame that is placed and fixed on an upper surface of the at least one wall portion.
  6. In the handrail wall as described in any one of Claims 1-5 ,
    The reinforcing frame constitutes one side edge portion of the groove portion, and has a plate material receiving portion that receives an upper end portion of the transparent plate material inserted into the groove portion when the transparent plate material is attached.
    A handrail wall in which a cushion material with which one side surface of the upper end portion of the transparent plate material abuts is attached to the plate material receiving portion.
  7. A handrail wall construction method in which the handrail wall according to any one of claims 1 to 6 is erected on an opening side edge of a floor in a building,
    The reinforcing frame is fixed between two wall portions erected in advance on the floor,
    By forming the transparent plate material vertically between the two wall portions so that the upper end portion is held by the reinforcing frame, a transparent wall portion is formed,
    A method for constructing a handrail wall, wherein the headboard member is provided over the upper end portion of the transparent wall portion and the upper end portion of the at least one wall portion so as to be attached to the reinforcing frame.
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