I think more people are going to be comfortable with technology after this, I also think for as many people that enjoy working remote many more will want to be back in an office. I think spaces that are at up to keep people at a 6-8 foot distance will become the norm. I also think that moving away from the shared open concept will start to trend in the future.
infared sensors that have edge computing that work in conjunction with rfid keycards that will pick up on fevers of individuals coming in, not allow access, and trigger a cleaning notification. Sensors could be in more places as fevers could develop over time
more kitchens and bathrooms, but smaller in size to reduce contamination vectors.
automaded access to everything. RFID, NFC, and other technologies to open doors, turn on lights, etc without having to touch.
Less conferences rooms, more individual cubicals where people can do a digital conference with one another. Bonus points if these cubicals are self cleaning, but staff can give a whipe down after an individual is done.
cleanliness in the shared facilities is utmost. The kitchens and bathrooms will need to be revamped. Self decontaminating toilet stalls will be a thing, more automated faucets and soap dispnsers.
More space, more cleanliness. You'll see a rise of post-covid cubicals. Perhaps even seld-decontaminating ones too, after you check out, a spray is put in.
Co-working in the future may look very different than it is today. We may come in one day and our co-worker will come in another day. We will be on teams and come in on certain days of the week. It will be for the best since we don't know all of the impacts of this disease.