The renovation filter is a good advice, but it is not view specific (it applies to the object independently of the view settings)....
Yes it is.
The filter to be used is saved in the view settings.
You can even create you own custom renovation filters 'Option 1', 'Option 2' etc.
Then 'Pin' the element to that particular filter.
It will only show when that filter is active.
I use this for various elevation (design) options on our standard house plans.
But if you just want to turn objects on/off, I think I would go down the layer route.
Whether you are pinning an element to a renovation filter, or setting it in a particular layer, there is really no difference.
Both are controlled in the view settings, so you can have multiple views of the same plan with different renovation filters or layer combinations.
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