Urban grit melds with high art in this former auto repair shop turned gallery space. The 4,300-square-foot room has whitewashed walls to showcase installations, as well as imposing ceilings and concrete flooring. The H-Street gallery focuses on 21st-century artists and design, especially functional art from industrial materials. It holds temporary, single-artist exhibitions to illuminate a broad spectrum of international design. Past exhibitions have included the first U.S. solo show of London-based designer Tom Price, and Belgian industrial design artist Jens Praet.