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I was going to say that, as I see it, the Wrightian aspect of this house, and of other modular home designs (including the Texas subject of the thread), if any, is the clear presence of a repetitive dimensional increment---a module, if you will.
I don't see that, in itself, as sufficiently Wrightian to justify the quoted claim. One thinks of "Sure, we can call anything FLW"...