It doesn't exist yet, but a new home soon to be under construction in Westport is being designed as a home of the future, according to Mikhail Faifman, principal with the Faifman Group of William Raveis\u00a0Real Estate.\u00a0 \u201cThis house is using a technology that has not been used in Westport until recently,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s super energy efficient because the entire house \u2014 not just the foundation, but the entire house \u2014 is made of concrete.\u201d Listed for $6.75 million, the planned six-bedroom, 10,634 square-foot home on 5 Fraser Road in Westport is designed by \u201cfamous [international] architects\u201d in a \u201cmodern minimalist\u201d style. According to Faifman, construction is expected to break ground in coming weeks and wrap up by late summer 2022.\u00a0 Built to be a fully net-zero home, these eco-friendly homes are crafted to make the energy that the home will use in a year right on the property, according to Architectural Digest; the home also is capable of regenerating any energy that it uses.\u00a0 Faifman said the home\u2019s concrete construction plays a role in creating the home\u2019s net-zero design.\u00a0 \u201cYou have close to eight inches of insulated concrete from the basement all the way up to the roof,\u201d he said. \u201cThis concrete is wrapped in Styrofoam insulation inside and outside so you have additional panels of Styrofoam\u2026and that\u2019s new for Westport.\u201d Also part of the home\u2019s construction are steel beams and steel rebars. Faifman said that while a typical home uses about 2,000 tons of steel, the home on 5 Fraser Road will be using close to 30,000 tons.\u00a0 \u201cBasically, it\u2019s like a bunker,\u201d Faifman said. Besides the technical aspects of the home, Faifman said that the interior design is also custom, with 10-foot ceilings planned for the basement, first and second floors and specially-designed furniture that's available for purchase at an added cost.\u00a0 \u201cThe renderings show furniture, which is either custom-manufactured for the property or by a designer specifically for this place,\u201d he said. \u201cThis builder is a one-stop shop. He has in-house architects, he has in-house interior designers, he has his own manufacturing facility for windows and doors, his own manufacturing facility for cabinetry\u2026So everything pretty much is custom made.\u201d Additionally, Faifman noted that the home \u2014 which was designed by the same architecture firm that designed a home on 319 Bayberry Lane in Westport \u2014 comes with a commercial-grade generator that is capable of running the entire house and landscaping. The home will also include radiant heat throughout the house, in the walk-out lower level and in the three-car attached garage, according to the listing, as well as \u201cfloor-to-ceiling triple glazed European windows.\u201d\u00a0 Other features set to be included in the home are a patio with a Gunite pool and spa, a cabana area, floating stairs and a DaVinci slate roof.