Many of his buildings are now listed as Monument historiques. He received his training from Jacques and Jean Drusian. He designed several Hôtel particuliers.
In Aix-en-Provence, he was commissioned by Henri Reynaud d"Albertas (1674-1746) to design the Hôtel d"Albertas with Jean Lombard, which is listed as Monument historique.
Together with Jean Daret and Jean Jaubert, he also designed the Hôtel d"Olivary located at 10 rue du Quatre-Septembre, also listed. He also designed the facade of the Hôtel de Grimaldi-Régusse, a listed building located at 26, rue de l"Opéra.
Additionally, he designed several Roman Catholic convents and a church. On his own, he designed another convent, this time for the Jesuits, known as the Couvent des Jésuites located at 20 rue Lacépède, which is also listed.
Moreover, he designed the Église de la Madeleine in Aix, which was built from 1691 to 1703.
He also designed the Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste du Faubourg, located at 36 cours Sextius in Aix, built from 1697 to 1702, and listed since 1983. In Marignane, together with Jean Daret, he designed the Château des Covet, which now serves as the townhall, also listed. Personal life
He had a son, Georges Vallon (1688-1767), who was also a renowned architect.
He died in 1724.