The Reflected Ceiling Plan Is Not a Mirrored Reflection of the Floor Plan. I'm modeling a building and the structural elements where modeled in another archive (but still in RAC) that I linked in my architecture model archive. There is some problems & I can't see the tiles or roofs & can't select it too. I … If I extend the view range I can see the ceilings and roofs from the levels above, but no slabs or stairs soffits. Users reported that Revit models that include a ceiling and a plan view that has been set up as an underlay — with the Underlay Orientation parameter set to "Look up" — may exhibit these characteristics: When the model is opened directly, the ceiling is visible in the underlay plan view, as expected. You may want to check the active view, its Parameters, and Visibility settings, as well as any Plan Regions and their settings. To get full access to all the features, please register for an account. I have double checked properties and am setting the lights at the ceiling level. Reflected Ceiling Plan not showing from linked model; Welcome to the Revit Forum You are currently viewing as a guest which gives you limited access to view attachments, ask questions and access other features. The ceiling is there. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free, so please register today! I have checked everything I can think of, but I can't get Floors and Stairs to be visible in my project's Reflected Ceilings. Hi! The RCP is showing the ceiling elements, but where there are no ceilings there should be floor slabs above, and yet I am seeing the walls from the floor above. What is this? None of the created elements are visible in Reflected Ceiling Plan: Level 1 View. Fought my way through creating soffits in a reflected ceiling plan, was able to put down lights in the soffits but cannot put any lights in the ceiling itself. I need to see, at the 1st floor plan, the projection of the structural beams that are under the 2nd floor, so, I set the underlay to show the reflected ceiling plan of the 1st floor level, since these beams are showing at the ceiling. When architects or designers talk about the floor-ceiling balance, they definitely do not mean that the ceiling should be a reflected or reverse image of the flooring.