The concept of applying various space forms is always an important issue when facing an exhibition design project. How can the forms of space be used to communicate in Exhibition Design? This question will be explored and defined through the creation of an exhibition on the subject of chopsticks. The book aims to explore the concept of space and form in exhibition design, particularly in terms of design strategies and their meanings. Although the boundary is still vague between architecture and exhibition design currently, my intention is give an example of a clear definition. Due to the trend of deconstructivism and developments in architectural technology, more dynamic space forms were introduced into various environments than in the past. The geometric and organic forms both offer more variety for us to explore. The book provides fundamental knowledge and examples of space and form in exhibition design. The results of the study may help to sensitize designers to various design strategies involving space and form, and to the possible benefits of using space and form for creative solutions.