Bricks are the type of material that is often used in architecture to build walls, pavements, as well other types of masonry designs. Bricks are rectangular units characterized by their red-orange finish and are typically lightweight. Bricks are generally made from dried clay that has been chemically cured into a construction brick. Units of Bricks come together through the implementation of mortar or any other adhesive that help interlock them together and form various patterns to be laid into courses. Bricks are often produced in bulk quantities, types, and sizes that can be used depending on the location and type of project.