Impact Farm is a project of two eco-designers, Mikkel Kjaer and Ronnie Markussen, founders of the Copenhagen design studio Human Habitat, who invented a do-it-yourself greenhouse. Thanks to its small size and ease of assembly of the structure (it can be built in up to 10 days to anyone who follows the instructions of assembly), Impact Farm is proposed as a solution to bring agricultural initiatives in the city contest because it is designed "to exploit the abandoned urban space, producing resources without pesticides."
The project is based on circular economy . Recycled materials or intended to be part of a cycle of production are used: for example, the greenhouse structure is created by the reuse of containers for transport and shipping. The unit is self-sufficient as regards the water and clean energy: energy comes from the sun and irrigation takes place through collection of rainwater.