Summer camp is a great pastime of anyone’s childhood, and although you knew every nook and cranny of your favorite cabin, every camper would notice the new architecture at Camp Prairie Schooner in Kansas City, Missouri. The Girl Scouts camp commissioned El Dorado Inc to design new bunk houses, completed in spring 2012, for the camp. The vibrantly colored bunk houses have a foundation made of cast-in-place concrete and continuous grade beams that run parallel to the length of the walls. The building walls and ceiling are made of metal panels with skylights and wood- and aluminum-clad windows. These new bunk houses are meant to be minimalist so the girls will spend the larger portion of their time outside but still have a nice place to rest at the end of the day. Scroll down for additional photos!