KR101198204B1 - Outer wall planting structure of constructs - Google Patents

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KR101198204B1
KR101198204B1 KR1020080107954A KR20080107954A KR101198204B1 KR 101198204 B1 KR101198204 B1 KR 101198204B1 KR 1020080107954 A KR1020080107954 A KR 1020080107954A KR 20080107954 A KR20080107954 A KR 20080107954A KR 101198204 B1 KR101198204 B1 KR 101198204B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01GHORTICULTURE; CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES, FLOWERS, RICE, FRUIT, VINES, HOPS OR SEAWEED; FORESTRY; WATERING
    • A01G9/00Cultivation in receptacles, forcing-frames or greenhouses; Edging for beds, lawn or the like
    • A01G9/02Receptacles, e.g. flower-pots or boxes; Glasses for cultivating flowers
    • A01G9/022Pots for vertical horticulture
    • A01G9/025Containers and elements for greening walls
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01GHORTICULTURE; CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES, FLOWERS, RICE, FRUIT, VINES, HOPS OR SEAWEED; FORESTRY; WATERING
    • A01G27/00Self-acting watering devices, e.g. for flower-pots
    • A01G27/005Reservoirs connected to flower-pots through conduits
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01GHORTICULTURE; CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES, FLOWERS, RICE, FRUIT, VINES, HOPS OR SEAWEED; FORESTRY; WATERING
    • A01G9/00Cultivation in receptacles, forcing-frames or greenhouses; Edging for beds, lawn or the like
    • A01G9/02Receptacles, e.g. flower-pots or boxes; Glasses for cultivating flowers
    • A01G9/022Pots for vertical horticulture
    • A01G9/023Multi-tiered planters

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The present invention relates to a greening structure of the outer wall of the building, and more particularly, a vegetation vessel is installed on the outer surface of the wall planted plants; A moisture supply line for supplying moisture to the vegetation vessel; And a water storage tank in communication with the water supply line, wherein the vegetation container provides a greening structure of the outer wall of the building embedded to expose the natural stone grains. According to the present invention, the plant is planted on the wall through the vegetation vessel, and the vegetation vessel is embedded so that the natural stone grains are exposed to the outside, and has a beautiful appearance and natural beauty to have an environmentally friendly and pleasant living environment. .
Building, exterior wall, vegetation container, plant, natural stone, water supply

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Exterior wall greening structure of building {OUTER WALL PLANTING STRUCTURE OF CONSTRUCTS}

The present invention relates to a greening structure of the outer wall of a building, and more particularly, by installing a vegetation container in which plants are planted on the outer surface of the wall, and purchasing the natural stone grains to the outside of the vegetation container, thereby providing a beautiful appearance and natural beauty. Branch is about outer wall greening structure of building.

In general, when constructing a multi-layered building such as an apartment or villa type building or a building type structure having many rental offices therein, a skeleton frame of a building using steel frames such as an H-beam or an I-beam or by masonry To form. For example, in the case of using a steel frame, a plurality of steel frames are installed vertically and horizontally, and then the steel frame frames are fastened with each other by welding or bracket to form a skeleton structure. And between the steel frame frame installed vertically by using the formwork to pour concrete, and curing to build a wall. The surface of the wall is plastered and finished with mortar.

In addition, between the steel frame frame is installed horizontally by using the formwork to pour concrete to build a slab. At this time, the constructed building is partitioned by walls and slabs so that several generations can live and have a multi-layered structure. In addition, one floor is partitioned into inner walls and divided into several living spaces (rooms, offices, etc.).

At this time, an entrance, a veranda, a window, etc. are normally installed in front of a building (apartment or a villa). And the side of the outer wall (left and right direction viewed from the front with the entrance) has a flat surface without implementing a separate design, or may be implemented such as a wave pattern.

However, the building according to the prior art as described above has no separate design implementation on the side of the outer wall or is limited to the wavy pattern, etc., the appearance is not beautiful and has a concrete roughness does not give the residents (residents) an environment-friendly or comfortable environment There is this.

The present invention is to solve the problems of the prior art as described above, by allowing plants to be planted on the outer wall of the building and the natural stone grains to be expressed, bringing a beautiful appearance and natural beauty to achieve an environmentally friendly and comfortable living environment. The purpose is to provide a greening structure of the outer wall of a building.

The present invention to achieve the above object,

A vegetation container installed on the outer surface of the wall and planted with plants;

A moisture supply line for supplying moisture to the vegetation vessel; And

It includes a water storage tank in communication with the water supply line,

The vegetation container provides a greening structure of the outer wall of the building embedded to expose the natural stone grains.

In this case, the vegetation vessel includes a front wall portion, both side wall portion and the bottom plate portion, and the planting portion for planting the plant, the front wall portion is inclined, the vegetation vessel is preferably installed in close contact with the vegetation vessel adjacent up and down. .

In addition, the water supply line may be formed with a water outlet at a point corresponding to the planting part of the vegetation container, wherein the water outlet is an outlet hole perforated in the water supply line, and the soil is prevented from being blocked by the soil in the outlet hole. It is good to include a barrier material.

In addition, according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the vegetation container,

Laying natural granules at the bottom of the mold and laminating one or more particulate materials selected from silica sand and sand to impart vibration;

Injecting water to submerge the particulate matter; And

It is good to be prepared by the method comprising; pouring the concrete dough.

According to the present invention, the plant is planted on the wall through the vegetation vessel, and the vegetation vessel is embedded so that the natural stone grains are exposed to the outside, and has a beautiful appearance and natural beauty to have an environmentally friendly and pleasant living environment. .

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The accompanying drawings show exemplary embodiments of the present invention, which are provided only to assist in understanding the present invention, and thus the technical scope of the present invention is not limited thereto.

1 is an exploded perspective view of a main part showing an outer wall greening structure of a building according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional configuration diagram of FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the construction of FIG. 1. And Figure 4 is an exploded perspective view of the main portion showing the outer wall greening structure of the building according to another embodiment of the present invention, Figure 5 is a cross-sectional configuration of Figure 4, Figure 6 is a perspective view of the construction shown in FIG. In addition, Figure 7 is a cross-sectional view for explaining a method for producing a vegetation container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 8 is a cross-sectional view for explaining a method for producing a vegetation container according to another embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to the accompanying drawings, generally, buildings, such as apartments, villas have a multi-layer, the front door is provided as a doorway on the front, and the glass windows are installed on each floor. In general, the side has a pattern of a private or non-patterned pattern of the comb pattern, but in this case, the side of the building according to the present invention is planted plants (trees, flowers, etc.) has a greening (綠 化) structure. Specifically, the vegetation container 100 is installed on the side of the building, plants such as trees or flowers are planted in the vegetation container 100. And a water supply line 200 and a water storage tank 300 capable of supplying water to the vegetation container 100. More specifically, the outer wall greening structure according to the present invention has a wall (W) of the conventional structure, a structure in which the vegetation container 100 is installed on the outer surface (side of the building, such as an apartment) of the wall (W). Have And it has a structure in which a water supply line 200 for supplying water to the vegetation container 100, and the water storage tank 300 in communication with the water supply line 200 is installed.

The vegetation container 100 includes a front wall 111, both side wall 112 and the bottom plate 113, as shown in FIG. In addition, the vegetation container 100 includes a planting unit 150 as a space for planting. According to another embodiment, the vegetation vessel 100 may further have a back wall portion 114 in close contact with the wall (W) as shown in FIG. In addition, the vegetation container 100 may further have a partition wall 115 for partitioning the interior to have two or more planting parts 150. At this time, according to a preferred embodiment, the both side wall portion 112 is configured to have a trapezoidal shape, the front wall portion 111 has a structure inclined at an oblique angle. That is, as shown in the figure, both side wall portions 112 are configured to have a wider upper portion than their lower portions, and the front wall portions 111 are configured to be inclined downward. As such, when the front wall portion 111 is inclined downward, even if the vegetation vessel 100 is installed in close contact with the other vegetation vessel 100 adjacent up and down, the plant can grow without being disturbed. Specifically, referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, when the front wall 111 of the vegetation container 100 is inclined as described above, even if the vegetation containers 100 are installed in close contact with each other up and down, the first vegetation container 100- Plants planted in the planting unit 150 of 1) may grow without being disturbed by the second vegetation vessel (100-2). The vegetation container 100 may be composed of a concrete material or a plastic material, for example, when it is composed of a concrete material reinforcement (not shown) to reinforce the strength may be embedded in the wall (111 ~ 115). As the reinforcing material, for example, reinforcing bars, wires, metal perforated plates, metal nets, fiber sheets (fabrics), or assemblies formed by connecting wires with wires may be used.

In addition, the vegetation container 100 is embedded so that the natural stone grains 20 are exposed to the surface. At this time, the natural stone grains 20 are embedded in at least the front wall portion 111. In addition, the natural stone grains 20 may be embedded in the front wall 111 as well as the side wall 112 as shown in the figure.

When the vegetation container 100 is made of concrete, it may be molded integrally with the wall (W). That is, in constructing a wall (W) such as an apartment, the wall (W) is built prefabricated, wherein the vegetation container 100 is integrally formed with the wall (W) in the forming process of the prefabricated wall (W). It may have been.

In addition, after the vegetation container 100 is molded separately in the factory, it can be fixed and installed on the wall (W). At this time, in installing the vegetation container 100, first install the concrete foundation ground (C) on the floor (ground), and install the vegetation vessel 100 on the ground (C). And a plurality of vegetation vessels 100 arranged in multiple stages up and down. At this time, as described above, when the upper portion is configured to be wider than the lower portion of both side wall portion 112 constituting the edible container 100, the front wall portion 111 is inclined, as shown in the drawing 100) is installed in close contact with the other vegetation vessel 100 adjacent to the up and down.

The vegetation vessel 100 may be installed in close contact with the upper and lower stages as above, wherein the load of the vegetation vessel 100 located in the upper portion is supported by the vegetation vessel 100 located in the lower portion can be installed in a stable sense. . Specifically, referring to Figure 1, the load of the third vegetation vessel (100-3) is transmitted to the second vegetation vessel (100-2), the load of the second vegetation vessel (100-2) is the first It is transmitted to the first vegetation vessel (100-1), the load of the first vegetation vessel (100-1) is transmitted to the concrete foundation ground (C). Therefore, the total load of these vegetation vessels (100-1) (100-2) (100-3) is transmitted to the ground (C), according to the present invention in a multi-stage close vegetation vessel installed in the vertical direction of the wall (W) outer surface (100) are supported by the ground (C). The vegetation container 100 may be fixed in a multi-stage arrangement in 2 to 5 stages, based on one floor of the building.

In addition, the vegetation vessel 100 is fixed to the wall (W) by the binding means 180, so that the vegetation vessel 100 is not separated from the wall (W). First, as illustrated in FIGS. 1 and 2, the binding means 180 is embedded in the ring 181 fixed to the wall W and the vegetation container 100, and is fitted into the ring 181. May comprise a hook 182. In addition, as illustrated in FIGS. 4 and 5, the fastening means 180 may include a bolt-shaped insert 183 and a nut 184 screwed to the bolt-shaped insert 183. . At this time, the bolt-shaped insert 183 is fixed to the wall (W) embedded. In addition, an insert insertion hole 114a is formed in the rear wall 114 of the vegetation container 100 so that the insert 183 is inserted into the insertion hole 114a, and then a nut at the end of the insert 183. When screwing 184, the vegetation container 100 may be fixed to the wall (W).

As described above, the vegetation container 100 is based on concrete (or plastic), but has a structure in which the natural stone grains 20 are exposed on the surface to have a beautiful appearance and natural beauty according to natural stone. That is, one side of the natural stone grains 20 is embedded in the vegetation container 100 main body, the other side is exposed to the outside (surface). Although not particularly limited, the natural stone grains 20 may be embedded in the concrete body 10 with one third or more of its length (diameter), and the rest may be exposed to the outside. The natural stone granules 20 includes natural natural granules (gravel) as they are, or include a large amount of natural stone (natural stone) crushed into an appropriate size through artificial processing. For example, the natural stone grains 20 may be selected from natural stones such as marble, granite, etc., which is preferable to use a size of at least as narrow as possible, specifically, at least 3 mm in terms of expression of natural texture. . More specifically, although not particularly limited, the natural stone grains 20 may have a size in the range of 3 mm to 200 mm. At this time, if the size of the natural stone grains 20 is smaller than 3mm, the natural texture falls, and if larger than 200mm, it may fall easily from the vegetation container 100 due to the weight, it is preferable to use a size in the range of 3mm ~ 200mm. . In some cases, the natural stone grains 20 may be used as flagstone (flat stone) having a length of 200 mm or more in length and width. In addition, the natural stone grains 20 are distributed and exposed on the surface of the vegetation container 100, the natural stone grains 20 are different colors or patterns by varying the type of natural stone (marble, granite, etc.) Can have

In addition, the vegetation vessel 100 may be made of a concrete material, wherein the vegetation vessel 100 may be molded from a dough containing cement and sand, preferably the fiber to improve the impact strength and tensile strength Is preferably mixed. Specifically, the vegetation container 100 may be molded from a dough in which fibers are mixed in addition to cement and sand. At this time, the fiber includes a synthetic fiber (yarn) or a crushed cloth and recycled, and glass fiber.

In addition, the vegetation container 100 may be manufactured by, for example, the following method.

Referring to FIG. 7, first, natural stone grains 20 are placed on the bottom of the outer mold M1. Then, the particulate matter 5 is sprayed and laminated thereon. In this case, the particulate matter 5 may be one or more selected from silica sand and sand. After spraying and laminating the particulate matter (5) in this way it vibrates to be evenly distributed between the grains (20). Then, the concrete paste is poured and cured. At this time, the concrete dough is poured and cured so that a part of the natural stone grains 20 are embedded in the concrete dough. Next, after curing and drying, when the particulate matter (5) is shaken off, the vegetation container (100) in which the natural stone grains (20) are embedded in the front wall portion (111) is manufactured. In addition, reinforcing materials such as reinforcing bars and wires may be embedded in the process of pouring the concrete dough. In the above process, water is preferably injected into the mold M1 before pouring the concrete dough. The water is injected at least up to the position of the particulate material 5 or at a higher position than the particulate material 5 so that the particulate material 5 is submerged in water. And after injecting water in this way, by pouring concrete dough on the water to cure.

When the concrete dough penetrates and hardens to the lower portion (the lower portion in FIG. 7) of the natural granules 20, the concrete (cement) and the particulate matter are disposed on the lower portion (the future, the portion exposed to the outside) of the natural stone grains 20. (5) is coat | covered and the aesthetics of the natural grain 20 are reduced. At this time, it is necessary to remove the coating of the concrete (cement) and the particulate material (5) coated on the surface, if water is first injected into the mold (M1) before pouring the concrete dough as described above, the concrete surface It can be prevented from covering (the lower part in FIG. 7). That is, according to the experimental considerations of the inventors, water is injected so that the particulate matter 5 is submerged before placing the concrete dough, and the water is prevented from descending the concrete dough (soaking into the particulate matter 5) or The degree of solidification is hindered to prevent the coating (solids of concrete and particulate matter) from being coated on the lower portion of the natural stone grains 20.

When the above process is completed, the front wall 111 is formed, and after further installing the inner mold (M2) in succession, pouring concrete dough between the outer mold (M1) and the inner mold (M2), When cured, both side wall portions 112 and the bottom plate portion 113 are formed.

In addition, referring to FIG. 8, the vegetation vessel 100 may further include an ocher layer 30. At this time, the ocher layer 30 is formed to be exposed to the outside along with the natural stone grains 20 on the surface of the concrete body 30. The ocher layer 30 may further improve the natural texture. The vegetation container 100 is further formed with such an ocher layer 30 may be manufactured by the following method.

Referring to this with reference to FIG. 8, first, the natural stone grains 20 are placed on the bottom of the outer mold M1. Then, the particulate matter 5 is sprayed and laminated thereon. After laminating the particulate matter 5 in this manner, the vibration is applied and then the ocher is laminated thereon. Then, the concrete paste is poured and cured on the loess. At this time, the concrete dough is poured and cured so that a part of the natural stone grains 20 are embedded in the concrete dough. Next, after curing and drying, by shaking off the particulate matter (5) is produced a vegetation container 100 having a structure further comprising the ocher layer (30). The subsequent procedure is as described above. The ocher to form the ocher layer 30 may be a dry powder ocher, or ocher dough kneaded in water. At this time, in the case of using dry powdery loess, water in the dough may penetrate into the loess and solidify during the pouring process of the concrete dough. It is also possible to soak the loess by spraying water on it after sprinkling the dry powdery loess.

On the other hand, the outer wall greening structure of the building according to the present invention by supplying water to the planting unit 150 of the vegetation container 100 as described above or when necessary water supply line 200 so that plants can grow well without dying And a water storage tank 300, in which the water storage tank 300 may be installed underground (in the ground). Specifically, as shown in Figures 2 and 5, the water storage tank 300 may be buried underground (in the ground) of the point where the vegetation vessel 100 is located. At this time, when replenishing water in the water storage tank 300 can be artificially replenished from the outside, it can be replenished by rain (rain) on the roof of the building. Specifically, water drains formed on the roof of the building and the water storage tank 300 may be connected to the rainwater flow pipe to replenish the water at rain (rain). In addition, when the rain flow pipe is provided with an on-off valve and the amount of rain is high, such as during the rainy season, the on-off valve can be blocked to adjust the inflow of the water storage tank 300. In addition, the water storage tank 300 may be in communication with the underground drainage channel, if there is a large amount of rainwater may be discharged through the underground drainage channel.

In addition, the water supply line 200 may be composed of a rigid pipe selected from a metal material or a plastic material, or may be composed of a flexible tube or the like as a plastic material. At this time, the water supply line 200 may be arranged in a plurality of vertically on the outer surface of the wall (W), the water supply line 200 is in communication with the water storage tank 300, the water storage tank ( The water accommodated in 300 is supplied to the planting unit 150 of the vegetation vessel (100). Water (moisture) contained in the water storage tank 300 is supplied to the planting unit 150 through the water supply line 200 by the suction force of the pump, or the water supply line 200 by natural evaporation without installing a separate pump It may be supplied to the planting unit 150 through. In this case, as shown in Figure 1 and Figure 4, the water supply line 200, so that the water (water) flows into the planting unit 150, the planting unit 150 of each vegetation container 100 and The water outlet 250 is formed at a corresponding point. The water outlet 250 includes an outlet hole 251 (see FIG. 1) drilled in the water supply line 200. In addition, as illustrated in FIG. 4, the water outlet 250 is an outlet hole 251 perforated in the water supply line 200, and a blocking material for preventing soil from entering and blocking the outlet hole 251. 252 may include. As the barrier material 252, for example, a fiber sheet (fabric or nonwoven fabric) or a metal mesh can be used.

In addition, referring to Figure 1, when the vegetation container 100 is fixed to the wall (W) by the binding means 180, when viewed from the front of the building the binding means 180 is exposed to aesthetic appearance In this case, as shown in Figure 3, the finishing material (B) may be installed to finish the binding means 180 is not visible. 1 is a state before the installation of the finishing material (B), Figure 3 is a state after the installation of the finishing material (B). At this time, the finishing material (B), for example, may be used wood, natural stone (marble, etc.), and may also use a solid wood or the like that can cause a natural texture.

According to the present invention described above, the plant is planted and recorded on the wall (W) of the building through the vegetation vessel 100, and the vegetation vessel 100 is embedded so that the natural stone grains 20 are exposed to the outside. It has a beautiful appearance and natural beauty. As a result, an environment-friendly and comfortable living environment can be achieved.

1 is an exploded perspective view showing main parts of an outer wall of a building according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 1.

3 is a perspective view of a state in which FIG. 1 is constructed.

Figure 4 is an exploded perspective view of the main portion showing the outer wall greening structure of the building according to another embodiment of the present invention.

5 is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 4.

Figure 6 is a perspective view of the construction shown in FIG.

7 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a method of manufacturing a vegetation container according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

8 is a cross-sectional view for explaining a method of manufacturing a vegetation container according to another embodiment of the present invention.

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20: natural stone grains 30: ocher layer

100: vegetation container 150: planting department

180: binding means 200: water supply line

250: water outlet 300: water storage tank

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  4. Vegetation container 100 is installed on the outer surface of the wall (W) planted plants;
    A moisture supply line 200 supplying moisture to the vegetation vessel 100; And
    It includes a water storage tank 300 in communication with the water supply line 200,
    The vegetation container 100 includes a front wall portion 111, both side wall portion 112 and the bottom plate portion 113 and the planting portion 150 which is a space portion for planting, the front wall portion 111 is inclined downward The vegetation container 100, which is configured and installed in close contact with another vegetation container 100 vertically adjacent, is supported by the vegetation container 100 located at the bottom,
    The vegetation vessel 100 is fixed to the wall (W) by the binding means 180,
    The water supply line 200 is formed with a water outlet 250 at a point corresponding to the planting portion 150 of the vegetation vessel 100,
    The water outlet 250 is the outer wall recording of the building including an outlet hole 251 perforated in the water supply line 200, and a blocking material 252 for preventing the soil from entering the outlet hole 251 is blocked. rescue.
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