Not in the slightest.Do you think/agree the following makes sense....
That's not to say that you couldn't build up a system based on the idea.
In a set of elephants, you can happily consider each elephant to be a collection of components, but for that to make sense you must define what those components do and how they interact with other components of the same and of different elephants. I don't see the components of an elephant as "space" and "value" at all. Trunk, legs, ears, etc. yes. Some ill-defined idea of "space" and "value", not at all. But that doesn't mean the idea couldn't be made to work in some context.
We can talk about chemical elements and how they react with each other, or we can talk about molecular structure - but only if we determine how the nuclei and electrons interact.
Your problem is that you are too wedded to your concepts and terminology. What you are calling a "number" isn't a number. It's a collection of elements (which may or may not be convenient to represent as an ordered pair of numbers). The problem everyone else has is that you make little attempt to formalise your ideas, instead preferring to wander off on a stream of imprecise language. It doesn't mean anything to anyone because the concepts aren't clearly defined and there's no earthly reason that anyone else can see why you should be using them or what they actually represent.