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Funny enough, many Wright inspired architects have designed much more livable houses than Wright ever designed. No doubt, Wright SOMETIMES put other considerations above livability.
Keck and Keck were influenced by FLW. As evidence, look at the 1930-1950s houses. Glenview, IL has a few. There are other houses along Chicago's north shore. I think of Keck and Keck as combining the best of European modern and organic design.
I dislike their later work. Yuck.
As for the livability, I think Wright pushed technology. Sometimes the owners suffered.
There are lot of good architects out there to study. So have fun.