Here is some weird Revit behaviour that you may need to know about Scope Boxes and Level/Grid visibility – to help you find invisible Levels:
Example: Multistorey Building with podium and two towers
A common situation in Revit occurs when you have two sets of levels, that do not align – perhaps you have a building with two towers that have different floor to floor heights.
NB. In this example:
- All levels are displayed with 3D extents (so it ignores the effects of 2D view cropping of levels).
- Same behaviour applies to grids as levels, but only levels are shown here.
- From one direction the levels look good in elevation or section
|South Elevation – Levels|
- Looking from the side, the levels might overlap each other (depending on the view extents) – a mess where you can see both sets of tower levels mixed together.
|Side Elevation – all levels visible|
- To make the side elevations and cross-sections look better, you need to adjust the view…