Embed tubing in floors to support radiant heating from whatever source (solar, earth-source heat pump, basement fusion reactor...).
Conduit/guides in every wall to allow for easy installation later of whatever wiring/small diameter pipes might be wanted.
Structure built with security in mind... strong frames around exterior doors and windows, exterior doors that open outwards, upper windows not easily reachable from the ground, ground floor/basement windows with some structure (bars, or very narrow openings, perhaps), consider best locations for security cameras.
Metallic layer in exterior walls to thwart through-wall imaging devices.
Even if every room is heated/cooled without forced air, you'll still want a good ventilation system. Homes without that get stuffy.
What's for sure is that some of the most celebrated programmers (by management) leave a wake of defects and sloppy work and convince management to adopt horrible platforms.
I haven't paid much attention lately to IBM.
That out of the way, this: historically IBM produced low-defect software. The UIs were often clunky or even bizarre, but the stuff was stable and did as advertised. Meanwhile most newcomers (MS, for example) produced horribly buggy stuff. Not saying revising how they do things wouldn't help, but adopting what everyone else is doing is going to result in... what everyone else is producing. Not a worthwhile goal.