No matter how comfortable an office is, it never feels quite like home. But Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects’ workspace comes closer than most: The firm has integrated a living room/library into its downtown Boston office. Complete with a sofa, leather chairs, a coffee table, bookshelves, and a (non-working) fireplace, the cozy comfort zone brings a residential atmosphere to the 15-person studio. The living room concept has accompanied Albert, Righter & Tittmann through several moves over 17 years. “It’s always come with us in some format,” says principal Jacob Albert, AIA. Staff members often eat lunch around the coffee table, and clients enjoy the casual friendliness the arrangement conveys. “It shows we do pay attention to what it’s like to live,” Albert explains. “It’s very relevant to our work. The living room doesn’t take up that much of the space, but it has a big impact.”