Custom rendering solutions for interior, exterior, and landscape design.
Whether you’re a homeowner struggling to visualize your backyard project, or a real estate developer seeking approval for your next proposal, Bill More Design can assist with all your visual rendering needs. With an architectural design background and over 20 years of experience in furniture and product design, Bill also has an extensive knowledge of fabrication techniques. From land developers and homeowners to public artists, architects, and real estate firms, Bill uses his strong design foundation to help bring your idea to life.
"Bill was amazing to work with. Bill is extremely talented and knew exactly what we needed from a quick phone call. We provided pictures, dimensions, and minimal direction and he took care of the rest! We suggested a few tweaks, gave him a few more images, and quickly turned them around for us. The images turned out better than I had envisioned and the turn-around time was incredible. I would hire him again in a heartbeat! Thank you, Bill!"
Bill More Design can help bring your ideas into the real world.
Bill More Design offers a variety of rendering options ranging from photorealistic to line drawing depending on your project needs. Skilled in SketchUp, VRay, and Photoshop, Bill uses his vast understanding of these programs to create digital renderings that have helped countless clients visualize their dream projects.
"Bill built and created architectural facade design options from scratch. Great communication, timely turnarounds, and a keen design eye! Would definitely work with Bill again!"
Bill More is a designer and craftsman with two decades of experience in furniture design and product development. Bill is a self-taught furniture maker and has built hundreds of pieces by hand, each one unique and most of them custom. His work has been displayed in art shows (American Craft Council, Bellevue Arts Festival, Sausalito Art Festival) as well as art galleries throughout the country. Frequently featured in such publications as Oregon Home Magazine, Area of Design, Dwell, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Artisan N.W. magazine.