Culture which is the whole of material and spiritual values adopted by a community in the historical process consists of various social identities. Architecture showing the most characteristic features of cultural identity in a residential area has the houses that take the daily life. Throughout history, as long as the cultures change, they undergone a change in form and function with residential spaces and ensure their continuity with community, social, economic and technological developments. It is aimed to examine the effect of the cultural change / continuity of the cultural change / continuity of the spatial and structural change processes in the houses where non-Muslims living in Sille settlement of Konya province were subjected to the population exchange and the Muslim people who settled in the vacant houses after the exchange. For this reason, spatial and structural change processes have been revealed by examining the physical and functional change graphs of ten rows of houses located on Hacı Ali Ağa Street, which is an important residential settlement in Sille.
Keywords: culture, change, place, spatial continuity, resident