My office is similar-ish - modern climate control (I set it at 20 but sometimes it gets turned up a bit when I'm not there!) with two tall but narrow windows facing south-east, with blinds that we close when there's direct sun.
I have a Sanseveria, a Ficus benjamina and a Dracaena marginata on the floor, and on my desk I have a Dieffenbachia and a maranta-type thing which I believe is Ctenanthe burle-marxii (but it's ancestor was labelled "foliage plant" when I bought it so I'm not 100% sure).
All are doing well. The ficus is shedding some leaves but I only brought it from home a few weeks ago so I think it's still settling in. I have parents/siblings/offspring of all of them except the dieffenbachia at home and they do well there too, so pretty tolerant.
The ZZ plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) is extremely tolerant. I have it in a dark shady corner at home where everything else I've tried has failed, and it has doubled in height and width in a couple of years.