Cultural and creative brands in Taiwan face a small market and high distribution costs. Exhibitions allow for interaction with clients, but costs are high and visibility is low for small, individual brands. This study designed a joint exhibition of multiple brands and discussed practical design methods that create value and enhance visibility. Based on the literature review and survey from twelve brands, a “cultural and creative brand positioning” concept was developed to analyze positioning for each brand. Field interviews were conducted with experts in brand management and curatorial design. Through grounded theory coding, a framework was established for brand curatorial design, and an integrated model for the curatorial design of multi-brand exhibitions was developed. With respect to the practical application of the integrated model (for the curatorial design of multi-brand exhibitions), this study was only a case study and starting point; thus it is hoped that the study will motivate more scholars and design practitioners to conduct research on the practical application of design theories.