Well, look at this!
Kubrick // One-Point Perspective from kogonada on Vimeo.
Mind you, I think this completely ignores the editing rhythms of the original films and hence the reason the shots had the power they did...and Mr. Kogonada should have used a piece of music from a Kubrick film... not what sounds like a recent trailer!
Here's one of the examples I did for the class; not nearly as slick, but still makes the point I think!
The analysis went along these lines: symmetrical (or nearly so) setup, but then the action within the shot - the rotation of the space station outside the window and its size change - as an element it becomes larger and a more important piece of the composition - diagonal lines of force are created from the center towards the four quarters of the screen.
Not to mention those cool readouts on the small screens in the spacecraft cockpit!