The world’s biggest brick factory is about to open in New Jersey.
But it’s not the world of the bricks.
Instead, it’s the world in which it will open, as part of the BBC’s Brick Factory Series.
The series is an immersive experience that explores the evolution of the brick manufacturing industry over the past five decades, from its roots in rural England to the city-centre globalisation of the last decade.
“It’s a really unique space,” said John Mancini, director of the museum.
“It’s very much a history that’s going to be told in the next five years, but we’ve also been able to do that from a technological perspective.””
For this series, the BBC has collaborated with Brick Factory Institute, a non-profit organisation set up to explore how the brick industry has evolved from rural England, through the city to the future.”
It’s very much a history that’s going to be told in the next five years, but we’ve also been able to do that from a technological perspective.”
For this series, the BBC has collaborated with Brick Factory Institute, a non-profit organisation set up to explore how the brick industry has evolved from rural England, through the city to the future.
The BBC has also created the Brick Factory Watch, a new app that allows you to watch and share clips of the building from the past and present.
In addition, the show is also being broadcast in more than 300 countries across Europe, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
This series is based on the BBC show Brick Factory: The Rise and Fall of the Brick Manufacturing Industry, which explores the origins of the industry in the UK.
It will run until January 10, 2019, with new episodes broadcast in the first week of January every year.
There are more than 250,000 brick factories in the world.
Around 2,000,000 are still operating in the United Kingdom, according to the BBC.
For the Brick Foundation, which is also part of BBC Worldwide, the series is “a fantastic opportunity to showcase the diversity and globalisation that is happening in the brick making industry, in this part of England”.
Its head of programmes, David Davenport, said the show would highlight the “unparalleled scale of the sector in the 21st century, which spans brick making to production and supply chain management”.
“Brick is a global industry, and in this series we’re able to take the audience through a number of different ways in which we explore what it is that makes bricks so important to the global economy and our society,” he said.