The furniture is part of Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper that was actually built, which is about an hour north of my house here in Oklahoma - It was originally called Price Tower but is now called Price Tower Arts Center. The project was realized in 1952, but the building and designs are said to date much earlier than that.
The chair has kind of a 'Star Trek' feel to me. I do like the color palette with the aqua blue and the muted shades of red. The hexagon shaped cushions make more sense when you look at the floor plan of the building which is a series of overlapping parallelograms.
The ottoman almost feels like it could be from almost anywhere in the world. It is made from copper and was designed to for an outdoor eating area.
The building was originally an office building for Harold C Price and also had apartments. I toured the building several years ago when it was vacant. The original concept for the building was that of a tree, with a sturdy concrete "trunk" in the middle and slender leaves and branches that cantilever from there. Today it is a vibrant destination art center/boutique hotel. The exterior image above is from a post card and I found the floor plan below, was on the internet.