études studio has released the latest installment of its ongoing publishing series, and this one is dedicated to lensman daniel everett and his interest in the aesthetic implications of functional urban architecture. the monograph is entitled throughout the universe in perpetuity, and captures everett's focus to areas designed specifically as transitory spaces, such as airport runways, subway stops, parking garages, and the like. using his lens to isolate environmental details, he translates these anonymous sites into layered compositions, their landscapes of steel, concrete and glass transformed into intriguing patterned fields and flattened mosaics. at once austere and dynamic, seductive and unsettling, the resulting images balance the languages of aesthetics and efficiency to necessarily ambiguous ends, leading one to question the very possibility of yielding personal resonance from public, impassive settings. études studio's newest publication is available at the brand's very own store in paris, but if you reside elsewhere, it can also be purchased online.