Profit up but turnover dips at Zaha Hadid Architects

Patrik Schumacher

Highest-paid director earnt £5.3m

Profit at Zaha Hadid Architects rose by just over £500,000 last year, but turnover slipped back from £44.1m to £43.5m.

The highest-paid director, who the practice refused to name but is believed to be Patrik Schumacher, earnt £5.3m, according to accounts filed this week for the year ending April 2018.

Schumacher is currently embroiled in legal proceedings with the other executors of Zaha Hadid’s will. He is attempting to have them removed, with legal papers lodged at the High Court containing a string of – contested – complaints about their actions.

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