PowerPoint (Belliston 2014) describes early Mormon temples, which included design elements intended for the 24 multipurpose temples to be built in the center of Joseph Smith's June 1833 plot. A NewVistas community is built around buildings that follow the correct design.
Temple design (June 1833) depicts multi-purpose temple to be built in Jackson County. This is the design that accompanied the June 1833 plot of the city of Zion and is the same pattern to be used in all of Zion. Joseph Smith Papers.
Article (Lyon 1968) exlores maps and drawings that were used as backings to help preserve Egyptian papyrus rolls acquired by Joseph Smith. Some of the backings are sketches similar to the 1833 temple drawings that are the basis for the NewVistas model. Interesting historical context.
Article (LDS Church News 1990) mentions the acquisition of the June 1833 temple design. It was a gift from Lydia Partridge, presented to the LDS Church in two tin carrying tubes in 1865.
LDS Church History Library record of the stones, showing meticulous detail and order.
LDS Church History Library diagrams indicating the context, shape and location of stones.
Wikimedia link from the Library of Congress provides access to Historic American Buildings Survey high resolution images of the Kirtland temple drawings.
LDS Church History Library documentation of the Salt Lake Temple elevations, cross-sections, floor plans, and interior and exterior details, 1853-1889. From the Church Architect's Office.