Full rebrand and signage program for the historic / landmark Cornwallis Inn located Kentville, Nova Scotia. The Cornwallis Inn has its origins in the Aberdeen Hotel. Owned by Daniel MacLeod, the Aberdeen became the town’s principal hotel. It was purchased by the Dominion Atlantic Railway in 1919, renovated, landscaped, and renamed the Cornwallis Inn. A larger and more modern hotel was soon needed. The first Cornwallis Inn was demolished in 1930, when the new Cornwallis Inn was built on Main Street. It opened on December 9, 1930, offering accommodations and services equal to the best hotels on the continent. The new Cornwallis Inn was built in two hundred and eight days, and was operated as a hotel from 1930 until 1973. Rebranded as Main Street Station, the building is now how to a thriving, hip business community and is a landmark centrepiece in downtown Kentville.