I don't know anything about this one. It does have an ID tag in the pot, but the ID tag identifies it as one of the orchids I've already blogged about: Bakerara Truth 'Silver Chalice'). So I know it's not that. (Sometimes tags fall out of the pots and we have to guess which plant to put them back into; sometimes customers pick them up to read them and then stick them any old place, not bothering to get the tag back in the right pot or anything. If the plant's not actually blooming, we have very little way to ascertain whether the tag is misplaced or not.) It seems like maybe a Brassia, or something with some Brassia genes, but I'm not going to try to get a closer ID than that; trying to identify NOID orchids in a serious way probably leads to madness. I welcome rampant baseless speculation though, if anybody wants to throw out an idea, or a half-dozen ideas, in the comments.
UPDATE: There's fairly conclusive evidence that this is a Miltassia of some kind (Miltassia = Miltonia x Brassia), very possibly (but not definitely) Miltassia Shelob 'Tolkein.'
Hat tip to telipogon, in comments.