Human Spacing - Social Space

Social space is perceived and adjusted depending on the situation and the level of friendship and/or understanding between people. A social spacing of0’-4’ (0-1.22 m) between people would be considered too close. The most comfortable social spacing is typically in the range of 4’-7’ (1.22-2.13 m), while a distance of 7’-12’ (2.13-3.66 m) feels too far for social interactions.

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Social Space (Close): 0’-4’ | 0-1.22 m

Social Space (Comfortable): 4’-7’ | 1.22-2.13 m

Social Space (Far): 7’-12’ | 2.13-3.66 m

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