Scindapsis (Devil's Ivy), it is in fact a variegated version of the plain green Philodendron Scandens. None of which may mean anything to the casual reader. P. Brasil is odd for two reasons:
1. It is arguably a stronger plant than the plain green version. As plant lovers will know, variegated plants tend to need more light and be generally a bit less forgiving than the plain green 'vanilla' variety. Another that follows this pattern is Sansevieria (Mother-in-Law's Tongue), where the yellow variegated version (S. Laurentii) is generally agreed to be tougher than the plain green version (S. Zeylanica). I blogged recently about this plant..
2. Annoyingly, it's only available in the two sizes shown, i.e. a trailing plant or a 1.2m mosspole plants. The default specimen plant size is 1.5m; if I had a pound for every time one of my maintenance staff had tried to order a 1.5m P. Brasil, and I'd had to break it to them that they don't exist... I'd have at least enough for a round of drinks. I gave up understanding the vagaries of Dutch plant supply years ago, I just take what I can get.
Anyway, so assuming an internet search brought you here as ever, here's a little care advice. P. Brasil can tolerate middling to low light, does not enjoy getting cold, and can be pruned simply by cutting runners back to the soil or mosspole. One more tip: if replanting any mosspole plant out of its growing pot into a new container, be very careful. One of the common ways to damage such plants is to be a bit rough with the interface between the mosspole and the rootball, causing sudden death. For similar reasons, avoid carrying them by the pole; lift them by the pot.