This seems very topical, so rather than saving it for a future blog post I thought I'd post it here.
From a 1995 issue of En Coulisse, the original monthly Cast Member magazine, a plan and a piece of concept art for the resort centre and Disney Village expansion I've certainly never seen before...
Looks like a grand Disney-style Champs Elysées!
The plan is used as a background on the cover and the inside pages, so I've had to piece the bits together, but you can see the most interesting details...
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An Animation Studios, right there in the middle of the resort! This would have been the relocated Feature Animation department from Paris. Later plans would show it integrated further into Walt Disney Studios, joined onto Art of Disney Animation.
Next to and behind it, a TGV entrance looking exactly like the RER glass pyramid/structure and a huge 700 space parking lot. "Cinemas" are slotted in between the Wild West Show and a new building at the front, whilst over on the left there's a very interesting detail -- "Future link with 2nd Gate"? What for? So they could run animation studio tours?
The Lakeside area and what'll now be a new joining street of Disney Village doesn't seem very well-developed here. Behind one of the buildings is simply a surface parking lot, and the streets between the other buildings are very narrow. It's hard to tell if any of those would be a hotel like the current plans.
Also notice that the full Key West lagoon is still there. Just a few years later they'd be covering over half of that to build McDonalds!