I was not familiar with this type, so did a little OrchidWiz research and found what Baker says about them. First, as you probably already know, they are related to Angracecums. They require bright 2500 - 3500 FC of diffuse or filtered light and should not be exposed to direct sunlight. They need constant 'strong' air movement and high humidity -- even during their winter rest period where you should not feed, but should continue to water, just much less than in the growing period. They can be grown mounted (requires daily watering because of air movement) or in shallow, fast draining containers. He also says that the blooms last a very long 'extended' time.
Hope this helps.