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PICO PAO Ludus Ludi工藝桌遊/ El Bosque博斯克

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PICO PAO
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門市調貨
7.7X7.7X28.0CM
材質: 木質
售價
NT$ 6,280
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購物說明(非食品)

訂單配送注意事項
台灣地區
週一至週五每日出貨,目前配送使用新竹貨運/黑貓宅急便物流寄送。現貨商品將於二至三個工作天完成出貨。
 
大陸港澳地區
大陸、港澳地區,以順豐速遞配送,運費為貨到付款。
 
其他海外國家
其他海外國家請留言客服,我們將另外為您專案處理寄送服務。
 
預購商品
預購商品正常等待時間為四到八週不含假日),但仍以預購當時說明為主。
 
預購商品可能會遇到原物料缺貨,或者其他不可控制因素,導致交期延後發生,敬請見諒!
 
退換貨流程(非食品類)
七天猶豫期
會員所購買的商品,均享有到貨七天的猶豫期(含例假日)。退回之商品必須於猶豫期內寄回。如遇商品瑕疵,請於到貨二天內與客服聯繫。
注意:猶豫期並非試用期!
退回的商品必須是全新的狀態且完整包裝(含商品本體、配件、贈品、保證書、原廠包裝及所有附隨文件或資料),切勿缺漏任何配件、自行拆解商品、或損毀原廠外盒。如有遺失、毀損或缺件,可能影響您退貨的權益,也將依照損毀程度扣除為復原所需之整新費用。!
 
如購買的商品是電腦軟體、遊戲、影音光碟、食品、耗材、個人衛生用品及客製化商品,拆封後除瑕疵品外恕無法辦理退換貨。
 
尺寸更換
預購/現貨商品前,請務必確認尺寸。若有尺寸問題,一律不提供退換貨。
 
商品色差
商品拍攝多少會有色差,色差問題一律不提供退換貨。 購買視同同意此規定。
 

食品類購物說明

因均為手工製作,不含任何防腐劑,故採用低溫宅配服務,配送範圍僅以台灣地區為主。
  • 磅蛋糕出貨日:每週五
  • 起士蛋糕出貨日:每週四
  • 常溫小蛋糕出貨日:每週四
因與黑貓宅急便合作 採低溫運送
商品皆為下訂後手工製作,出貨前皆會先確認外型是否完整及重量是否到達標準。
 
商品皆為手工精細商品,煩請收到商品後請勿左右晃動,上下倒置,以維持商品完整性,若因人為因素造成蛋糕變形將無法退換貨。
 
宅配配合業者為黑貓宅急便,煩請收到商品時請務必先開封檢查商品是否保持完整,若有非完整性的疑慮(蛋糕上層皮外翻或蛋糕體分散)請當面告知宅配業者。
 
蛋糕週邊些許沾黏,屬正常範圍內,無法接受退換貨。
 
若無於到貨時確認是否需退換貨,將不受理退換貨,敬請見諒。
 
因假日會視情況出貨,無法六.日收貨者請註明平日到貨。

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希望由51枚刻有不同名字的木頭,能隨著保存與收藏,艦古知來,重拾對木頭及木製品的好奇心,並透過與朋友玩耍的時間,延續其生命的意義。為友誼添增歡樂,讓珍貴的木頭能以此繼續期別具意義的生命。

 

 

EL BOSQUE

 

To see the woods again as if for the first time, to be able to discover and recognize all that it contains, all that it has given us and all that we have got from it, we should start by picturing a complete desert, a world made up of just water, air and sand.
Wood itself evokes a multitude of sensations in us; its different material qualities, its different uses, smells, sound, colours and textures bring to our collective mind ancient memories that unite us with all other Earth dwellers across time and space. We have an intimate, primordial relationship with this material, this substance that at one time was alive and breathing and which makes up the flesh, body and soul of an infinite array of objects so dear to us that they never cease to evoke our special relationship with nature.
Ancient Indo-European man used the same word, mater, for mother, material and wood. In times past, burnt wood represented wisdom and death; ashes were considered seed and fire symbolized life and death at the same time. Wood was also closely related to vitality and the spirit of fire. Both American Indians and ancient Greeks, upon observing that lightning often struck the oak, presumed this noble tree to be a dwelling place of God’s. Men have always believed that wood contains secrets, powers, cures and messages that we were meant to decode. Even today, a simple walking stick can confer to us a sense of power and rootedness, being much like an appendage to our body that serves to give us strength, to reach for the fruit on the tree, or to protect us from danger.
EL BOSQUE is a game designed to develop the senses and to explore the wisdom that we humans acquired when we first began to observe, intently and intensely, each tree, each bush, each variety of wood. The game can also lead us to rediscover much that was known by our ancestors but that has since been forgotten.
Curiosity beckons: what kind of wood were the wagon’s axles and wheels made of? And what about the parts of a plough or the spindle of a grape press? From what tree did the wood come from for fashioning barrels, beams, doorways, floors, furniture, tool handles, bows and arrows, certain shoe soles, fine carvings, musical instruments?
This forest, resembling a bookshelf, includes a wide variety of woods and is made up of 51 pieces, each engraved with the name of the tree that it came from.
The games are limited editions, as they come from the remains of trees that we, together with numerous friends and collaborators, have collected and preserved over time, with a wish to extend their lives. This means that when the wood from one particular tree has been used up, we carry on with that of another tree, making each set and series truly unique.
The wood pieces are stacked in a special way, following the rules of a widely played game which, though known around the world, is especially associated with Ghana. There it is known as Sidan (Swahili for “Build the house”), while in Europe and America it is more commonly referred to as Yenga
The game consists of removing one piece, one that is not at the highest level, and placing it on top of the pieces that were above it. The goal is to reach the greatest possible height without the building falling down, with the pieces assuming a perpendicular position at each move with relation to the previously constructed level.
There need to be at least two players, both of whom have to face the risk involved in deciding how they are going to remove a piece from the column, maintain the balance of the tower and at the same time make the next move even harder for their opponent.
The pieces may also be played with freely, stacking them any way you please.
We hope that this game will awaken your curiosity with regard to this great variety of types of woods as well as to the trees that live and grow all around us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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