Jaquelin T. Robertson is the man behind a very interesting and unique type of architecture, the Henry Moore sculpture garden at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. This work is very interesting because it does not include any building design. Instead, the project was focused on designing the sculpture park outside of a museum that already existed. The park includes twelve bronze sculptures by Henry Moore and is focused solely on these pieces. The park is built across using 17 acres and is meant for people to walk and explore the sculptures while being surrounded by nature. The actual design of the park is quite interesting and includes limestone steps that start at the portico of the building and move down throughout the lawn and slopes of the several acres.