Many proteins have been demonstrated to participate in 3D genome organization through liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) such as RNPII, HP1a. However, systematic investigation of relationships between LLPS and 3D genome organization remains lacking. Here, we predicted the intrinsic disordered regions (IDRs) and modular domains of all human proteins and performed GSEA analysis according to their proportions of IDRs. Our results showed that main biological processes involved in 3D genome organization are highly enriched with IDRs, including chromatin organization, RNA splicing and histone modification, demonstrating the key role of LLPS in regulating nuclear structure. Of the 3885 IDR-rich proteins, 1427 proteins are involved in 3D genome organization. IDR regions of these proteins have strong preference of Ser, Leu, Pro, Ala, Gly, Glu and Lys, and lack of hydrophobic amino acids such as Trp, Tyr, Phe and Met, suggesting dipolar interactions rather than aromatic-involved interactions involved. Further motif enrichment analysis suggests that RNA recognition motif and zinc finger motif are the two most abundant repeatedly-occurred modular domains within IDR-containing proteins. Finally, we developed a Shiny APP named phasepro that interactively analyze and visualize a protein’s potential of LLPS, including IDRs, motifs, amino acid preferences and electric charges.